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How, What, Where, When, 


Why 


1-79 


Who 




80-163 


Advertisements 




164-179 


Index 




180-183 


The Last Word 




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TEN YEARS AFTER at 





Volume 10 



10101 E. 38th 
Indianapolis, Indiana 46236 



Marshall, Ten Years After 



Ten years After mini skirts, "67" 
Chevy's, knee socks and penny 
loafers, there are midi skirts, cus- 
tom vans, psychodelic knee socks 
and platforms. Ten years may not 
seem very long to some people but 
to the Patriots, it's a milestone. 
Enrollment ten years ago was 
1 ,022 students and 57 staff mem- 
bers. Now there are nearly 2,400 
students and 145 staff members. 
Remember dress codes and when 
skirt lengths were measured? 

"You've Come a Long Way 
Baby" is true for Marshall girl ath- 
letes. Ten years ago girls weren't 
playing competitive basketball, ten- 
nis, track and volleyball. In Janu- 
ary, 1 970, the JMHS girls began 
their competition in basketball. 

Our expansion in curriculum is 
never ending; each year as we 
return to school there are improve- 
ments on current classes and some 
are eliminated. The science and 
English departments have made the 
most in changes in our short his- 
tory. 






Although the expansion of 
classes and student enrollment is 
rapid, the expansion of the school 
building is not so rapid. In the 10 
years Marshall's been open, one 
new hall has been added although 
approximately 1,378 students have 
been added. Classes have to be 
juggled in the opening of each 
semester to balance the classes. 

Some things remain the same — 
rock-n-roll music, candy sales and 
boredom in study halls. Students 
still complain about the trashy cafe- 
teria and "not Mom's" food. 

Some of the original staff is still 
here, "Get involved" is still their 
theme song to Patriots. Another 
"Marshall first" such as all-school 
ID cards still happens because of 
our short history, but the excite- 
ment of many "firsts" is gone. Now 
we're building traditions. Ten years 
and building . . . 



Faces — now and then 



Though»time passes, 
Some things remain the same, 
Halls, people and classes — 
They just hardly ever change. 

Different people give different 
expressions for many different 

reasons. 
Some are in thought of passion, 
Others change with the seasons. 

Imagine no expression change, 
Everyone walking around the 

same. 
There wouldn't be any emotional 

range, 
Everyone might as well not have a 

name! 



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Think back ten years ago in 
halls of John Marshall High School 
when fashions were dresses and 
skirts above-the-knee with blouses 
or sweaters for girls, and boys 
wore dress pants and sport shirts. 
Shoes were pennyloafers, pumps 
or flats. Girls' hairstyles were either 
long and flipped up or short and 
teased. Boys' hairstyles were burrs 
or hair cut short above the ears. 

Today, however, is a different 
story. While skirts and dresses are 
back below the knee, girls are now 
wearing dress pants or jeans to 
school. 

"I like to wear the new style of 
skirts because they are comforta- 
ble," says Cathy Scott. 

"I wear everyday jeans to 
school," states Cathy Burman. 

The styles of guys are jeans and 
T-shirts or dress pants and nice cut 
shirts. 

"I like to wear dress jeans that 
are comfortable to school," com- 
ments Dan Crouch. 

Earth and Platform are today's 
styles in shoes. 

"I like to wear comfortable walk- 
ing shoes like Cloud Climbers," 
says Lynn Royce. 

Though some people prefer their 
hair long, the new style in hair is 
the short and feathered look. 



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Bad Machines 

Drive-in movies, fast-food ser- 
vices, concerts and various other 
pastimes were mentioned by John 
Marshall students, when asked 
"Where do' you go and what do 
you do in your spare time?" 
Although, many students had jobs, 
most say that they always find time 
for recreation and going places. 
Some students take lessons of 
some sort; others just like to be out- 
side or take it easy. 

"On weekends I go camping; I 
hike, swim and go bird watching," 
stated Debbie Meyer. 

"I go to football games and 
movies, the best movie I saw this 
year was 'Bad News Bears'," stated 
Kelly Deer. Prices of movies are 
from $1 .25 in the afternoon to 
$3.75 in the evening. 

Robyne Venable stated, "I'm 
interested in ballet and folk danc- 
ing; I take ballet lesson at Jordan 
College." 

"Mostly I like to eat out at Sha- 
key's Pizza because the atmos- 
phere is great and Tuesday night is 
all you can eat night!" stated Mic- 
helle Zukoski. 

"I work a lot but, I also go to 
concerts, where there's lots of peo- 
ple and a lot going on, I like Kiss, 
Foghat and Black Sabbath the 
best," says Bruce Everett. Concert 
tickets range from $5.50 to 
$12.50. 




Patriot Personalities boost spirit at school events 




"Are you really Hector Heath- 
coat?" Dozens of kids asked me 
that question this year. Sometimes I 
even said yes. In a way I am like 
him. Hector always stood out in a 
crowd, no matter what was going 
on. And when I have my Patriot 
outfit on, there is no way to avoid 
standing out. Personally I like to be 
singled out like that. 

Memories such as kids calling me 
Betsy Ross, and asking me how 
George is. And memories of little 
children tugging at my dress and 
with their smiling faces saying 
shyly, "Hi, Betsy Ross." I really get 
a good feeling inside just looking at 
their faces. I just hope the future 
Patriot Personalities have as much 
fun as we did and less trouble alter- 
ing the outfits. 

Being chosen to be the Patriot 
Personalities was a very big honor, 
but the qualifications to be chosen 
are extremely rigid. First you need 
to have school spirit. Second, you 
have to show it. To be the two peo- 
ple picked to represent our school 
at all the sports events and various 
other school functions meant an 
awful lot to us. We felt proud to 
represent John Marshall High 
School and support the school in its 
activities. This was our last year at 
Marshall and we just wanted to 
give it all we had. We're just thank- 
ful it gave us all it could offer. 

Darren and Bev 




President 


John Hancock 


Dane Paff 




New Hampshire 


Or Josiah Bortlett 


Charles Alums 




Massachusetts 


John Adams 


Dan Devme 




Rhode Island 


Stephen Hopkins 


Rhetl Coles 




Connecticut 


Roger Sherman 


Brian Holmes 




New York 


Lewis Morris 


Michael Wheeler 






Robert Livingston 


Derek Pott 




New Jersey 


Rev John Witherspoon 


Peter May field 




Pennsylvania 


Ben/am, n Franklin 


Scott Lakin 






John Dickinson 


JeffMockbee 






James Wilson 


Larry Lynch 




Delaware 


Caesar Rodney 


EdAllseitz 






Col Thomas McKean 


Warren Smith 






George Read 


Patsy McDowell 




Maryland 


Samuel Chase 


Greg Mansfield 




Virgimo 


Richard Henry Lee 


Darren Harrison 






Thomas Jefferson 


Eric Welhoelter 




North Carolina 


Joseph Hewes 


Scott Howell 




South Carolina 


Edward Rulledge 


Randy Moore 




Georgia 


Or Lyman Hall 


Curt McDowell 




Secretory 


Charles Thomson 


Doug Devme 




Custodian 


Andrew McNair 


Ron Smith 






Abigail Adams 


Denise LaCront 






Martha Jefferson 


Janet Duncan 






a leather apron 


Rickey Leslie 






A courier 


Mike Pepper 






an artist 


Vicky Sizemore 


& 



VIOLINS 
Susan Eudoly 
Dawno Weeks 
Kathy Hawthorne 
Lisa Browne 
Mary Rose 

FLUTE 

Mary Morgan 
Lisa Doye 

PIANIST 

Anno Mary Hinton 
Jill Stephenson 
Melody Takamolo 

TRUMPET 




DRUM 
Mark Brov, 



Joyce Dorsey 
Cindy Stover 

TROMBONES 

Pal Cecil 
Peggy LaCroix 
BillDuVoll 
CLARINET 

Brendo Hughett 



BASS 

Robert Lee Williams 

CONTRA ALTO 

Bob Weaver 

FRENCH HORN 

Gary Davis 
Scotl Lutocka 

GUEST MUSICIANS 
Raymond Brandes 
Peggy Brandes 
Robert Craig 
Stephen Humphreys 
James McKee 
Bob Davis 
Kay Brooks 



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"John, sit down!" sings the Con- 
gress to John Adams as he paces 
and fumes over the Congressional 
delays in hot, humid Philadelphia. 

Not since 1972s "Sound of 
Music", which starred Mary Crock- 
ett, Charles Welhoelter and Susan 
Murray, had there been a John 
Marshall musical. As a community 
celebration of the nation's Bicen- 
tennial, " 1 776", a musical comedy 
focusing on Adam's frustrations in 
persuading the members of the 
Continental Congress to declare 
ndependency, was performed. 

More than 100 students cooper- 
ated to produce the production 



directed by Janet Eberle, Mrs. 
Cynthia Featheringill, Jerry Hurst 
and Paul Justice. 

Student managers were Kevin 
Bouchonnet, James Weir and Jeff 
Henry. Electricians were Ron 
Gebby, Brian Rifner and Pat Mur- 
phy. On pin rail were David Baker, 
Joe Emperly and Richard Smith. On 
sound was Charles Langwell, Toni 
Parks and Mike Arnold. Brenda 
Stover, Freda Hollingsworth, Karen 
Bouchonnet and Kathy Bruce ran 
the spots. The floor crew was Jeff 
Fox, Kevin Smith and Charlotte 
Tabor. 



Do you 

wanna 

dance? 



Prom, Turnabout 

major dances 

for most 

Marshallites 



1 . Taking a refreshing break at the punch 
bowl, Julie Shephard and Rick Wiedman 
seem to be enjoying themselves. 

2. Some 400 people came to the Annual 
Turn-About for an evening of fun and 
dancing. 

3. Deciding to sit this dance out are John 
Allen, Vicky Swinford, Diane Christ and 
PatMayfield. 



1 . Anxiety and excitement are the com- 
mon feelings as the Prom Queen and King 
are chosen. 

2. Robin Clevenger gets advice from Mike 
Bordenkircher. 

3. Queen Robin Clevenger and King Mark 
Steiner start the opening dance. 



Here you are standing in the 
middle of the hall and your heart is 
about ready to jump out of your 
mouth. This is the way many girls at 
John Marshall felt as they were get- 
ting ready to ask one certain guy if 
he would go to Marshall's Annual 
Turn-About. 

"What am I gonna say to him?" 

"What if he says no?" 



Then you hear the voice of a 
good friend. 

"Go ahead ask him." 

"Don't just stand there ask! This 
is the final and last chance, so you 
gotta do it now." 

The spring Turn-About was a suc- 
cess according to the 400 kids who 
danced to the Chicago-sound 
band. 





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As May 21 came nearer, the 
wallets started shrinking. 

"How am I gonna pay for all the 
stuff I need for the prom?" 

"I need $33 for the rental of my 
tux and I haven't even thought 
about the cost of the dinner, the 
tickets, the corsage and pictures." 

"I'll never be able to get that." 

Prices of tuxedos have gone up 



$7 in the past five years. New 
styles with a kaleidoscope of colors 
have appeared on the market. 

Then the prom came, more sud- 
denly than most students expected. 
It was a night of excitement and 
dancing. Nobody really thought 
about the prices of anything. 

Robin Clevenger and Mark 
Steiner were crowned queen and 



king of the Prom in the 500 Ball- 
room of the Convention center. 
Linda Spang, Mary Beth Stiener, 
Linda Cornelius and Gail Tremain 
made up the queen's court. Making 
up the king's court were Bob Baker, 
Mike Bordenkircher, David Dixon 
and Don Schroder. 




Carder, Christensen, Dixon winners in spring 



Marshall's spring sports program 
has always been strong and loaded 
with talent. Golf has the most suc- 
cessful spring athlete in the form of 
sophomore John Fischer. Being the 
number one man on the squad 
would have been enough for most 
sophomores. Throughout the sea- 
son, the hardworking youth col- 
lected many honors. Two of the 
most important were being a Med- 
alist in the City and becoming the 
Junior PGA Champion of Indiana. 

Baseball has always been a big 



sport at Marshall. The squad did 
have another fine outing, including 
being sectional champs for yet 
another year. In carrying on the 
tradition of great athletes like Joe 
Hicks and John Crabtree were out- 
standing players Tom Carder and 
John Featheringill. 

Many of the remaining spring 
sports received little recognition, 
such as track and girls tennis. How- 
ever, these teams did work just as 
hard. Despite a disappointing sea- 
son, the girls tennis squad pro- 



duced many outstanding players 
including tinda Christensen, Patri- 
cia Montgomery and Karen 
Weaver. The girls track team had 
an impressive season with Dianna 
Christensen as the top athlete. 
Dianna captured three school 
records in the high jump, hurdles 
and long jump. The boys track also 
had two runners of particular 
importance, senior Dave Dixon and 
sophomore Michael Pollard. The 
thinclads will be glad of Pollard's 
return to the hurdles. 




Russell Dorsey, Bob Tremain, Bob Baker 



Varsity Baseball 



Freshmen Baseball 



JMHS 




OPP 


JMHS 




OPP 


7 


Roncalli 


2 


17 


Greenfield Central 


4 


6 


Broad Ripple 


1 


7 


Tech 


3 


7 


Manual 


4 


10 


Scecina 


2 


3 


Lawrence 





28 


Attucks 


8 


3 


Lawrence 


5 


13 


Howe 


4 


4 


Cathedral 


1 


16 


Northwest 


9 


7 


Southport 





3 


Franklin Central 


2 


3 


Decatur Cent. 





5 


Stonybrook 


11 


10 


Warren Cent. 











5 


Pike 


2 








4 


Greenfield Cent. 


1 




Golf 




2 


Beech Grove 











6 


Latin School 











7 


Ritter 





JMHS 




OPP. 


i 


Howe 


2 


157 


Wood 


178 


2 


Broad Ripple 


1 


206 


Tech 


258 


6 


Arlington 


2 


441 


North Central 


400 


6 


Franklin Cent. 


7 


159 


Warren Central 


164 


11 


Scecina 


1 




Roncalli 


181 


9 


Ben Davis 


8 


222 


Manual 


300 


6 


Scecina 


4 


234 


Franklin Cen. 


210 


8 


Chatard 


9 


208 


Howe 


213 


3 


Bloomington South 


9 


169 


Warren Central 


171 


11 


Greenwood 


1 




Arlington 


173 


3 


Perry Meridian 


2 


217 


Greenfield 


209 


1 


Carmel 


3 


219 


Cathedral 


210 


6 


Beech Grove 


3 


225 


Lawrence Cen. 


225 


2 


Warren Central 


1 


214 


Ritter 


217 





Carmel 


3 


396 


Chatard 


427 


Regional 






223 


Scecina 


251 




Sectional Champs 




219 


Broad Ripple 


237 




City Tournament 




319 


City 


2nd 








315 


Sectionals 


4th 



Junior Varsity Baseball 



JMHS 




OPP 








8 


Roncalli 


10 


15 


Latin School 


2 


13 


Manual 


3 


13 


Ritter 


2 


4 


Lawrence 


5 


4 


Howe 


1 


9 


Cathedral 


4 


2 


Franklin Cent. 


15 


2 


Southport 


8 


2 


Scecina 


15 


10 


Warren Cent. 


7 


2 


Ben Davis 


5 


2 


Pike 


1 


7 


Chatard 


2 


15 


Greenfield Cent. 


3 


16 


Greenwood 


5 


6 


Beech Grove 


3 











Fisher PGA 
Champ, 

Medalist 



With golfers like Junior Indiana 
PGA champion John Fisher and 
seniors Mark Utter and Gary Wil- 
liams, the Patriots were able to 
compile an impressive team record. 
The team hopes to better their sec- 
ond place finish in the city tourna- 
ment. 

Fisher, who was also the city 
champ, was the first Marshall 
golfer ever to qualify for regional 
competition. He also received an 
all-expenses paid trip to Disney 
World to compete in the Junior 
National PGA Tournament and his 



picture also appeared in the "Pro- 
fessional Golfers' of America", a 
national golf magazine. 

The team carried an 1 1-5-1 
record into the sectional where they 
were tied by Warren Central for 
fourth place. Golfers for Marshall 
were first man John Fisher, second 
man Doug Reed, third man Kent 
Vonburg, fourth man Mark Uter, 
fifth man Gary Williams and sixth 
man Kevin Russell. Other team 
members incuded Tom England, 
Scott Worpell, Brad Wilkie and Jay 
Cain. 





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Goins leads Pats in sad season 




Girls Tennis team ended their 
1 975 campaign with a team record 
of 1 win and 7 losses, despite the 
above-average performance of 
many of the girls. Led by seniors 
Karen Goins at number one singles 
and Shirley Pride at the number 
two position, the Patriot netters lost 
many of their matches by a slim 4-3 
score. 

One sophomore player summed 
up the season this way, "A lot of 
girls had winning seasons, we just 
couldn't put it all together to win 
the ones we had to." This was 
exemplified as Pride finished the 
season with a respectable 6-6 
record while Goins finished 5-8 at 




the very difficult number one posi- 
tion. 

Along with these two players, 
two underclassmen, Joan Kane and 
Linda Christensen showed that they 
will have to be reckoned with in the 
'76 season. Christensen was partic- 
ularly outstanding with a 5-6 sea- 
son. She still has one year left to 

Play- 
Perhaps the most promising fea- 
ture of the season was the out- 
standing play of the number one 
doubles team of Patricia Montgom- 
ery and Karen Weaver. This pair 
blasted their way through the sea- 
son with a 6-4 record and then cap- 
ped off the year in a fitting way by 
placing fourth in the City Tourna- 
ment. They viewed this year by say- 
ing, "A few missed shots and this 
season could have been completely 
different. We will be a much 
improved team next year." 

Their predictions don't seem too 
far off when we look ahead to next 
year. Despite losing the number 
one and two players, the netters 
will still have Kane and Christensen 
moving up into these difficult posi- 
tions. If Montgomery and Weaver 
can improve their game, next year 
will hold quite a few surprises for 
some unsuspecting teams on the 
Patriot's schedule. 



1 . Doug Reed looking for improvement in 
style. 

2. Linda Christensen prepares to finish off 
her opponent with a backhand smash. 

3. Sophomore Kent Von Burg completes 
his follow through, and watches his ball on 
its flight to the hole. 

4. Patricia Montgomery bears down on 
her serve. 





Girls Tennis 




JMHS 




OPP. 


L 


Lady wood 


W 


W 


Wood 


L 


L 


Manual 


W 


L 


Broad Ripple 


W 


L 


Ritter 


w 


L 


Howe 


w 


L 


Scecnia 


w 


L 


Beech Grove 


w 


L 


Arlington 


w 


L 


Tech 


w 



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Varsity Ball Club Repeat Sectional Champs 




Kurt Guldner 



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This year's Varsity additions 
included pitchers John Henry, Mark 
Steiner and John Featheringill who 
combined with veteran Tom Carder 
to give the Pats a strong pitching 
staff. Infielders Kurt Guldner, Pat 
Mayfield, Mike Rodman and Rus- 
sell Dorsey teamed up with Kevin 
Goffinet and Mike Schaub to pro- 
vide a hustling infield. Outfielders 
Doug Whyde, Stan Stevens, Bob 
Baker and Mark Vandermuelen 
joined Elliot Jacobs and Stan Bree- 
den to round out the team with a 
solid outfield unit. 

This year's Patriot team coupled 
with the coaching and managing 
abilities of Bob Tremain and Dane 
Paff respectively were able to 
defeat Beech Grove and Warren 
Central to become the Sectional 
Champs. The team then traveled to 
the Regionals only to be defeated 
by Carmel. However, they still 



remained the City Runnerups with 
their 22 and 7 win-loss record. 

The Junior Varsity team, guided 
by first year coach Brad Goffinet 
was able to pull out an impressive 
1 1 win and 6 loss record. 

Behind the strong pitching of 
Scott Carder, Steve Thomas, Tom 
Clements and Chris Pritchett, the all 
underclass team was able to put it 
together for a successful season. 
The rest of the hard working team 
consisted of Scott Sterret, Steve 
Roman, Dan Schluge, Tim McCoy, 
Joe DeVore, Dennis Johnson, Jeff 
Gosnell and Mark McKinley. The 
team also had three freshmen 
standouts in Pritchett, Greg Agee, 
and Jim Huston. Coach Goffinet 
was pleased with his first year. 

When Bill Baugh, a Physical Edu- 
cation teacher at P.S. 94 was 
brought in to coach the Freshmen 
Baseball team, many people 



expected a more or less average 
season. But, much to everyone's 
surprise Coach Baugh delivered an 
almost perfect 7 and 1 win-loss 
slate. 

The avid freshmen came out with 
a strong pitching staff this year as 
young hurlers Jim Huston, Greg 
Agee, and Chris Pritchett had a 
total of only 43 runs scored against 
them of 49 innings of pitching. 
Huston was the winningest pitcher 
with a 4-1 record. 

But, the team's success was also 
because they came out swinging. 
By the end of the season, they had 
amassed a total of 99 runs in 8 
games. Much of their batting suc- 
cess rested in the hands of Bill 
Rushton, Jeff Bowlby, Larry Willan, 
Steve Hicks, Danny Lessley and 
Mike Kidwell. 




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Track team run strong 



Marshall's track teams had a 
good year with the girls team finish- 
ing a strong eight and one season 
and the boys team with a respecta- 
ble seven and six record. 

Senior Diane Christensen and 
Sophomore Tanya Slaughter led 
the girls team in placing second in 
the city and sectionals and fifth in 
the regionals. Diane and Tanya set 
school and city records in the high 
jump and hurdles, respectively. The 
medley relay team also set a city 
record. 

Seniors Kevin Cox, David Dixon, 
Don Russell along with Juniors 



Randy Moore and Mike Pollard 
pushed the boys team to a seventh 
place in the sectionals and an elev- 
enth place over-all team standing. 

Cox and Dixon ran with out- 
standing performance at the Indi- 
anapolis Invitational Track and 
Field Meet, with Cox placing sixth 
in the mile run and Dixon taking 
sixth in the 100-yd. dash. 

When asked about this year, 
Girls Track Coach Martha Griffin 
said, "Areas we will have to work 
on will be distance running, shot 
put, long jump and high jump. 




18 




Ford, Carter, Paff and Mollogon 
were a few of the people who ran 
for the presidential offices this 
year. 

Not all of these people were in 
the running for the national presi- 
dential office, only Carter and 
Ford. The other two, Paff and Mol- 
logon, ran for the president of the 
school in our second annual mock 
election. 

The mock election was by the 
senior government classes and their 
teachers, although Mrs. Joyce 
Sausser was the one who got every- 
thing started. 

Beginning last spring Sausser 
started making plans for the mock 
election. Among the first things she 



had to do was to get the idea 
passed by the school board admin- 
istration. She made appointments 
to have guest speakers and made 
sure that we would have the proper 
facilities in which to hold the con- 
ventions. All in all she spent 30-40 
hours preparing for the election 
outside of school time. 

The social studies teachers were 
given a list of committees that they 
would head. They in turn would put 
students in charge of the commit- 
tees. In this way they hoped that 
the students would get a feeling of 
the responsibilities placed on those 
people who were involved in politi- 
cal campaigns. 

Instead of using Republican and 



Democrat as names, the names 
given to the two parties were 
National and American. The Ameri- 
can convention was on October 21 
and the National on October 22. 
The two parties announced their 
candidates who were Derek Paff 
and Linda Christensen for president 
and vice-president, respectively, 
from the American party. And for 
president of the National party was 
Raquel Mollogon with Mike Med- 
ford as her running mate. Mollogon 
won the election October 27 when 
the classes voted on a "a real live 
voting machine." The mock election 
was a practical lesson in democ- 
racy. 



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1 . National convention delegates headed 
by Chairperson Mike McCarthy "get into" 
the spirit of their convention. 

2. Pat Mayfield was chosen to be the 
Chairperson at the American convention. 
The people from the government classes 



that met during the first four periods were 
the ones who made up the American 
party. 



3. American convention delegates await 
their exciting convention. 



21 



What's with or summer school 



There were 733 students 
enrolled in Marshall's summer 
school program, 33 of these pupils 
graduated. Drivers Education has 
always been the summer school 
class with the largest enrollment. 
This remained true through the 
1 976 year. Typing was offered for 
the first time last summer. 

"There were enough students 
who signed up for Home Economics 
classes for the 1 976 summer school 
program, but we did not get it set 
up in time," commented Fred 



Jones. 

The only problem in summer 
school is the fall students at JMHS 
who go to a school closer to their 
homes in the summer. These stu- 
dents don't let the Marshall guid- 
ance department know about the 
classes attended during the sum- 
mer. The guidance department 
does not know of the classes taken 
during the summer and this messes 
up the fall scheduling. 

Linda Jones, a junior at John 
Marshall, said, "I went to Broad 



Ripple because I wanted to see a 
new surrounding. The only advan- 
tage I go1*now is I am capable of 
getting my license." 

Theresa Laners, a freshman, 
said, "I went to Tech because it 
was closer. I wanted to get a head 
start on earning my credits." 

Jones said, "I feel Marshall has 
one of the best summer school pro- 
grams in the city. I enjoyed being 
director of JMHS summer school 
program." 




Trips taken in 1976-77 



There are different camps, insti- 
tutes and trips that students go to 
because of their different clubs, 
sports squad or just because of 
their individual responsibility. 

During the summer the Varsity 
and Junior Varsity cheerleaders 
went to a cheerleading camp at 
Taylor University. 

Each squad went to three differ- 
ent classes each day consisting of 
gymnastics, cheers and pom-pom 
routines. 

"We learned new motions, 
cheers and new stunts on the mini 
tramp," states J.V. cheerleader 
Vicki Williams. 

"We received a trophy," 
exclaimed Elaine Houck as she 
explained that each squad was 
evaluated for ribbons and trophies. 

Last spring vacation, 27 students 
from several different Spanish 
classes went to Mexico. The total 
cost was $375.95 and was chaper- 
oned by Mrs. Sawicki, Mrs. Evans, 
Mr. Jefferson and Mrs. Royce. 

"I went because I thought it 
would be fun, I like to travel and I 
wanted to see how different Mex- 
ico is from the U.S.," says Julie 
Bush. 

While in Mexico the students 
went to Acapulco where they saw a 
bullfight. They also went to Taxco 
and Mexico City. 

The first week in August a few 
people from the band went to a 
band camp on the south side of 
Purdue University where they prac- 
ticed most of the day. They also 
met many other students and had a 
lot of fun. 

"I went because I wanted to 
improve on my music and I was to 
go," explained Gary Davis. 

"The most interesting part of the 
whole camp was a nature hike with 
our counselors, who were Mark 
Hayden and Dennis Waggoner," 



says Bob Weaver. 

This summer one of our Patriot 
Personalities, Darren Harrison, 
went to a leadership camp. This 
was the first year for the camp that 
was sponsored by the Red Cross. 

"I didn't know too much about 
leadership," says Darren Harrison. 

By going, not only has he 
learned about leadership but he 
has also set a new achievement for 
the Patriot Personalities in the years 
to come. He has been asked to go 
back next year to be a senior coun- 
selor. 

Last August there was a German 
Convention at East Michigan Uni- 
versity. "I went to learn about 
German cultures and to have fun," 
says Edith Speights. 

This summer Pam Adams, co-edi- 
tor of the yearbook, went to Indi- 
ana University where she learned 
the structure and how to prepare a 
yearbook. Nine other yearbook 
and newspaper staffers also 
attended. 

"In a way it was required but 
mostly I wanted to go," says Pam. 

Most of the students that go on 
trips or to camps or institutes do not 
go because it's required but 
because they want to learn and to 
have fun. 





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Oh, the woes that beset us 



"Money!" 

"Will somebody ask me to the 
prom?" 

"How can I afford the prom?" 

"How do I know what I want to 
do after I graduate?" 

"When do we order our 
announcements?" 

"Are the senior keys here yet?" 

"If I'm elected president . . ." 

"Ford or Carter, how can I 
choose?" 

"Looks like that bear's gonna 
pull us over." 

"If my SAT scores are good and 
I get that scholarship, then I can go 
tolUPUI." 




That "big night out" costs more than one might think, but winning the 
Top Hat limo to the prom helps. Ron Morgan, Sandy Shaw, Brian 
Holmes, Cindy Wood, Brian Hawkins, Lisa Daye, Beth Dine and Dan 
Devine pose in front of the Convention center for Mike Slabaugh. 

One of the senior career choices could be the service. Tom Begines 
chose West Point for his college. A Navy flier demonstrates his flight 
suit for the aerospace class. 



"Will the person who ran into 
the white Chevrolet . . ." 

"My car, my car!" 

"Why me?" 

"What do you mean I don't have 
enough credits to graduate?" 

"What are you doing tomorrow 
night? Friday? Saturday? 
Sunday?" 

"That was SOME party last 
night!" 

"But I have to have shortened 
hours, I've got to be at work at 

1:00!" 

"Should I get my hair cut into a 
wedge?" 





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Students find it hard to keep up with rising 
gas prices, so they find jobs to get money 
to support the gas habit. 



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THE BIG RIP OFF! 



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Above: Mrs. Marjorie Christy and Benjamin 
Sanders, both of the Guidance Department, 
help their students work out their schedules. 
Below: Clifford Synder has been the Director 
of the Evening School Division since it began 
in 1 970. It has become the largest Indianapo- 
lis Evening School. 



Working for the students 




John Marshall's Guidance 
Department plays an important 
role for the students. The Guidance 
Department provides five counse- 
lors for the school's 2300 students. 

This is what is sometimes heard 
in the Guidance Office. 

"I'm sorry but I cannot change 
your schedule." 

"Do you have any idea about 
what you want to do when you get 
out of high school?" 

"How many credits are you car- 
rying right now?" 

"Are you going to college?" 

"Mr. Vardaman, I'm a senior 
and I only have 30 credits. What 
am I gonna do?" 

Students should realize how 
important the Guidance Depart- 
ment really is. Getting schedules 
made out is only one of many tasks 



that involve the counselors and stu- 
dents. Keeping files and talking 
with each student individually also 
involves time for the guidance 
counselors and the student. 

The counselors spend time and 
make an effort to listen to each 
individual. Scheduling involves 
much paper work. Follow up coun- 
seling is done for students with 
poor grades and for those with per- 
sonal problems. 



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Evening School keeps growing 



Nearly 1 ,300 students are tak- 
ing advantage of John Marshall's 
Evening School. From 5 until 9 
p.m., students can take both aca- 
demic courses such as chemistry 
and math classes or personal inter- 
est courses such as upholstery and 
physical education. 

According to Evening School 
Director Clifford Snyder, students 
enroll in Evening School for several 
reasons. Some teenagers finish up 
their senior year by going to Eve- 
ning School to continue their edu- 
cation and maintain a job during 
the day. It is also common for some 
adults to take Evening School to 



finish their education. Others just 
want to improve skills such as in 
math or they want hobby classes. 
As of now, there are a total of 74 
teachers teaching in Evening 
School compared to 1 26 teaching 
who teach in day school. 

Beginning with the second year 
of Evening School, there have been 
six graduation ceremonies and 
more than 100 graduates each 
year. Students have a choice of a 
Marshall diploma or one from the 
school where they have earned the 
most credits. 

The cost of Evening School is 
three dollars a semester for high 



school courses; the fee is $420.00 
tuition in addition to a regular class 
fee. 

Marshall's Evening School is 
open to any person 1 6 years or 
older living in the state of Indiana. 
However, it is difficult for a 1 6- 
year-old to get into Evening School 
because the administration would 
rather have students this age com- 
plete their education in day school. 

The Monday through Thursday 
schedule is flexible for community 
members. The Night School Divi- 
sion continues to grow each year. 





Doc Weaver's students make jokes during 
a night school course of Anatomy and 
Physics. 

Mr. Robert's night school computer math 
students look surprised as he gives an 
assignment. 



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Karen Schroeder and Larry Lynch 

W* 1 w 



Larry Lynch 



fighting 
Patriot 



A rough winter with extremely 
cold weather and fuel shortages 
marred the Hoosier state this year. 
John Marshall was also dealt a 
harsh blow when Junior Larry Lynch 
was injured during a wrestling 
meet. 

Lynch was injured while wrestling 
a person who weighed about 25 




^jW HAftSty, 



' Sp.ri, T-Shir." C^^" H 

pounds more than he did. He was 
one of the leaders of the Class of 
'78 and you could always count on 
him to be there when he was 
needed. 

Lynch is a very enthusiastic per- 
son and showed great spirit at all 
times. He was a member of the 
Varsity cheerleading squad and 
never missed a game, always in 
there, turning the silence of shyness 
into the roar of rowdiness. And 
even though he has suffered from 
doing something he loved most, he 
still has not lost his spirit. 

Larry has the fighting spirit and 
has waged war against his uphill 
battle for recovery. "We some- 
times kidded each other about 
breaking bones or maiming each 



AUOTA^r-^.Jn 



other, never dreaming that it could 
ever happen to either one of us, 
but, now that it has, the only thing 
we can do is just give him confi- 
dence and support. He's got plenty 
of spirit, and he's strong enough to 
pull through. I'm sure that he will." 
stated Derek Paff. 

Lynch does not need pity 
because he would not want any. 
Instead he needs encouragement 
from all his friends to show him that 
we're behind him and are pulling 
for him. Larry has never lost his 
fighting Patriot spirit even though 
the breaks have gone against him, 
just as they have sometimes, gone 
against Marshall. 




Y* 

^J?»- Turnabout 



Boys Tennis 1 976 



] 



JMHS 




OPP. 


5 


Wood 


o 


5 


Northwest 


o 


1 


Howe 


4 


2 


Warren Central 


3 


4 


Arlington 


1 





Lawrence Central 


5 


3 


Tech 


2 


5 


Cathedral 





2 


Manual 


3 





Shortridge 


5 


3 


Broad Ripple 


2 


2 


Scecina 


3 


2 


Crispus Attucks 


3 


2 


Tech 


3 



Girls Varsity Volleyball 



JMHS 




OPP. 


2 


Arlington 





2 


Wood 





2 


Chatard 


1 


2 


Manval 


1 


2 


Ben Davis 


1 


2 


Attucks 


1 


2 


Tech 





2 


Cathedral 
City Tourney 





2 


Ritter 





2 


Scecina 


1 


2 


Rahcalli 





2 


Shortridge 
City Champs 





2 


Pike 





2 


Washington 








Perry Meridian 


2 





North Central 


2 


2 


Beech Grove 





2 


Lawrence Central 
Sectionals 





2 


North Central 


1 





Warren Central 


2 




Girls Track Team 



Franklin Central 

Arlington 

Perry Meridian 

Howe 

Beech Grove 

Tech 

Washington 

Shortridge 

Scecina 




1 976 Track 




Howe 
Ritter 


OPP. 
75 

41 


Manual 


65V2 


Franklin Central 


6b 


Chatard 


79 


Greenfield 


80 


Beech Grove 


38 


Brebeuf 


57 


Lawrence Central 


89 


Wood 


19 


Broad Ripple 


21 


Shortridge 


45 


Arlington 


32 





Cross Country 



JMHS 




OPP. 


38 




Pike 


21 






19 


Wood 


42 


56 


Greenfield Cent. 


2T 


56 


Franklin Cent. 


41 


23 


Lawrence North 


32 


50 


Southport 


15 


50 


Manual 


30 


50 


Attucks 


57 


50 


Roncalli 


98 


42 


Chatard 


35 


42 


Broad Ripple 


47 


29 
15 


Scecina 
Shortridge 


27 
50 


24 


Arlington 


31 



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Pats add 

new 

classes 

Marshall always has had a wide 
variety in its curriculum. There are 
classes in different areas such as 
business, art, physical education, 
home ec, music, English, history, 
math, science and foreign lan- 
guages. 

This year we have three new 
classes added to our curriculum. 
Etymology is in the English Depart- 
ment. It's mainly for college-bound 
students wanting to take the PSAT 
and SAT, or just wanting to build 
their vocabulary. Horticulture and 
General Chemistry are both in the 
Science Department. Horticulture is 
the study of house plants. It's an 
interesting course. It teaches one 
how to care for, to propagate and 
to beautify plants as they are 
grown. General Chemistry is a 
class for college bound students 
who don't like all the math and 
extra figuring that chemistry has. 
This is also good for students just 
wanting a good overall back- 
ground of science. 

Marshall has and always will 
have a wide curriculum for students 
to participate in. 

In etymology, students take notes to help 
build their vocabulary. 

Trying to figure out her balance sheet in 
accounting is Ann Shrontz. 




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While some students are helping in the 
greenhouse, a few horticulture students 
debate the best plants to study. 

Laying bricks for the science departments 
are masonry students Willie Bailey and 
Mark Cicenas. 

Studying their worksheets in Horticulture 
are Kathy Worley, Wendy Williams, Deb- 
bie Odel, Julie Passwater and Susan Par- 
rott. 




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"I'm pleased." This is what Cross 
Country Coach Greg Cook has to 
say about the 1 976 edition of Mar- 
shall's squad. The team finished 7- 
7 on the season, seventh in the city 
and fourteenth in a tough sectional. 
If you will look back to last year, 
you'll remember the team, consist- 
ing mostly of freshmen and sopho- 
mores, went winless for the season. 

This year's team was led by the 
brilliant running of senior David 
Keaffaber. Keaffaber was number 
one man all season and did most of 
his running well ahead of his Mar- 
shall teammates. Chasing him were 
sophomores John Kuhn, Curt 
McDowell, Morris Miller, and Greg 
Arnold. These four runners carried 
much of the point burden. Two 
other members, senior Tom Morris 
and sophomore Don Inman were 
racked with injury for much of the 
year. Morris and Keaffaber, are 
seniors and will be sorely missed. 



Cook remarked, "I have worked 
this team harder than any I've ever 
coached," and most team members 
would be inclined to agree with 
him. Practice started on the ninth of 
August, but runners had already 
logged about 500 miles before that 
date. There were two practices a 
day. Many early arriving students 
looked twice aHhe runners com- 
pleting a five-mile run. The harriers 
will be expected to run between 
1 000 and 1 500 miles before next 
season starts. 

Behind the leadership of this 
year's only junior, Mark Sausser, 
this team of sophomores could be 
going places. There is even talk of 
a regional berth, along with first in 
the city, big talk for a team that 
was 0-1 3 just a year ago. However 
if the team improves as much as it 
did this year, it is entirely within its 
grasp. 

Number one runner David Keaffaber leads 
the Patriots on a warm-up lap before the 
Roncalli meet. 

Kurt McDowell starts to stride out as he 
improves his position in a large meet. 



Cook 
smokes 
way to 77 





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Running the wrong way 



The announcers had arrived, the 
stadium lights were glaring above 
us, we were putting our flagbelts 
on. Going over plays, doing warm- 
ups exercises and being too nerv- 
ous to think straight, we were pre- 
paring for this year's Powder Puff 
game. 

The stands were beginning to fill. 
The coin was tossed, the kickoff 
was made, and the game between 
Brad's Bunnies and George's Gor- 
geous Gals was underway. All the 
long hard hours of practice, at 7 
a.m. and 2:10 p.m. in the previous 
weeks were behind us now. Yet 
practice memories were still fresh. 

. . . "All right defense, let's 
give our offense something to think 



about! Let's all run the wrong 
way!" 

J 'When Mr. Brown comes by, 
let's all tackle him." 

"Hey, who kicked the ball on the 
roof again?" 

"Why do we have to keep on 
running?" 

"Let's all wear our jerseys tomor- 
row." 

"Yeah and we can wear our hair 
in pigtails." 

"Does anybody have an 
announcement for the intercom?" 

The evening closed with the 
entire senior class happy. "We're 
all winners," commented senior 
Lisa Crawley when the game ended 
in a 1 4-all tie. The Gals cheerlead- 



ers, Pat Mayfield, Doug Whyde, 
Mike McCarthy, Bill Bammell, Mark 
Weaver, Tom Morris and Kenny 
Williams, rushed to the side of their 
happy and victorious team. Kent 
Horste, Greg Beriault, Cody Bowl- 
ing, Mike Barcus, Ron Morgan, Jeff 
Troutt and Mike Medford also con- 
gratulated their victorious team, the 
Bunnies. 

The Gal's coaches Ken George, 
Dave Smartz, Rod Shaw and Des- 
mond Smith were happy with their 
team's efforts, while Brad Goffinet, 
Martha Griffin, Duane Farris and 
Greg Cook congratulated all the 
girls. 




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The Marshall Swimming team 
made a big splash in their first year 
of existence. Coach John Deal was 
pleased with his team even though 
their record was not superior. The 
Pats team had 1 4 students. There 
was a lot of depth in this year's 
team. All the team will return next 
year with the exception of senior 
Derek Paff. 

All of the swimmers were good, 
but a few were better than the rest 
due to having swum for organized 
teams previously. Some of the 




stronger people returning next year 
will be Dave Rowley, Larry Willan, 
Denny Hallam, David Browning, 
Randy Swineford, Don Inmann, 
Bob Berry and Jeff Opel. The 
remaining people who have a good 
chance to pull an upset are Mike 
Williams, Ed Kett, Mike Fish, Joe 
DeVore and Ricky Vannatta. 

The boys had a strong counter- 
part in the Girls Swimming team. It 
was also the girls' first year and of 
the same caliber as the boys. The 
team was made up of nine fine 




young ladies who gave it their all in 
their first year of competition. 

The team will have seven people 
returning next year, they are Kelly 
Stowe, Teresa Weisheit, Sharon 
Fulton, Penny Christensen and Kim 
Blaydoe. The girls leaving this year 
are Kim Williams, Karen Shroeder, 
Tammy Holden and Colleen Shel- 
ton. The team was not spectacular 
but overall Coach Jan Kennedy 
was pretty pleased. 



Jeff Opel 







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KJ 



BOY'S SWIMMING TEAM — Bottom Row: Mike Williams, Jeff Opel, Robert Berry, David Rowley, Larry Willan. Second Row: Ed Fish, 
Inman, Derek Paff, Joe Devore. Top Row: Randy Swineford, Denny Hallam, David Browning, Ed Kett, Ricky Vanatta. 



I 
Don 




GIRLS SWIMMING TEAM — Bottom Row: Kim Blaydoe, Karen Schroeder, Tammy Holden. Second Row: Shari Fulton, Penny Christensen. Top 
Row: Kelly Stoh, Colleen Shelton, Teresa Weisheit, Coach Jan Kennedy, Kim Williams. 



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The hard working Patriettes, 
known for their half-time entertain- 
ment, work to make every dance 
perfect. They are constantly prac- 
ticing to make each dance different 
and to have the entire group act as 
one. Jane Hazel, sponsor from IU 
and minoring in PE, shows the girls 
at the beginning of the week, the 
dance step by step. Jane says, "It's 
kind of new for me, and it's kind of 
new for them having someone over 
them." 

Before performance there's a lot 
of feelings and emotions for 
Patriettes — Terry Allen, Lisa Ander- 
son, Denise Axelson, Debbie Bar- 
cus, Tina Burks, Tami Downton, 
Alice Graat, Jill Hunt, Debbie 



Hyde, Rose Land, Debbie Mathe- 
son, Leanne Morris, Lynn Royce, 
Julie Sheperd, Dawna Swinford, 
Charlotte Tabor, Cheryl Tiffany, 
and Lori Waller. Being very tense, 
nervous, afraid and more too often 
victims of fate, the Patriettes per- 
form regardless of weather, forget- 
ting props or just forgetting the 
dance. 

Nevertheless, after all the frus- 
trations of being a Patriette, the 
performance begins. All of the hard 
work is then shown to the crowd. A 
near perfect routine is executed, 
and the Patriettes have accom- 
plished what they had set out to 
do. 







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Marching 

Whether sweating in the sum- 
mer's heat or shivering in the 
autumn's chill, the Marching Band 
and majorettes continuously prac- 
ticed to improve the half-time enter- 
tainment. The band members have 
also performed for school 98's Fal- 
con football team and for North 
Eastwood's Minutemen football 
team. This year's band enrollment 
of approximately 93 has doubled 
considerably compared to last 
year's estimate of 30. 

A Band Booster Club was formed 
to assist the band. Bumper-stickers, 
walk-a-thons and newspaper drives 
were formulated to collect money 
for the new band uniforms. 

October 2, John Marshall spon- 
sored "Band Day", where 27 
schools from the state of Indiana 




Madness 

came to compete. The Marching 
Band was chosen to participate in 
the 500 Parade and in the festivi- 
ties preceding the 500 Race. 

The majorettes attended many 
contests and parades, all placing 
well. The twirlers also attended all 
halftime events to perform. 

"The squad has progressed 
immensely compared to the past 
few years," stated junior Robin 
Dorsey. There were sore muscles 
practicing ninth period and many 
long afternoons. This was a 
requirement of being a majorette. 

The majorettes include Captain 
Debbie Hyde, Co-Captain Denise 
Von Axelson, Debbie Cline, Tina 
Burkes, Robin Dorsey, Martie 
Sandeford and Lisa Scott. 



37 



VI 




Above: Keith Jones runs to daylight while a Rocket gets grounded. Below: Above: Keith Jones eludes would-be tacklers. Below: 
Thomas Henry, Most Valuable Back, suffers pain of a low hit. Danny Lessley boots the ball away. 




Patriot 

machine 

rolls on 




Several changes in the coaching 
staff, slightly more than a handful 
of returning lettermen, of which 
only three were seniors, and 
several close gridiron contests were 
responsible for the "Fighting Patri- 
ot's" season record of 2 wins and 8 
losses. 

New additions to the Varsity 
staff were Head Coach Ed Bopp, a 
standout Washington High School 
and Butler University quarterback. 
Joining him was Tom Marendt, a 
standout Howe Hornet and a mem- 
ber of the Rose Bowl Champion 
Ohio State Buckeyes. 

Returning seniors Derek Paff, 
Keith McCoy and Mark Pack sup- 
plied the experienced material for 
the Line Coach Richard Cummings 
to anchor a strong young offensive 
and defensive line. Pack and Paff 
along with junior Kenny Pompey 
were used both ways during most 
of the season. Seniors Kent Horste, 
John Burrows, Bill Brammel, and 
Kelvin Troutman supplied Coach 



Marendt with offensive and defen- 
sive backs. 

Senior Randy Hartman carried 
the kicking chores for Marshall. The 
Pats suffered several losses by very 
close scores. In one battle the Pats 
retaliated against the Northwest 
Pioneers to come within ten yards 
of a winning score. On the next 
play Scott Carder tossed a touch- 
down strike to Paff. The pass was 
signaled complete and Marshall 
began celebrating; but, the call 
was reversed and the Pats suffered 
the brunt of a very controversial 
call. Some other close contests 
were against City Champs Chatard, 
an overtime with Crispus Attuck, 
and Broad Ripple. 

This year Tom Henry received the 
Most Valuable Back Award and 
Mark Pack received the Most Valu- 
able Lineman Award. 

Next year looks promising for 
the Pats as they will have three 
quarters of the team back. 




Above: Scott Carder prepares to hand the ball off to Thomas Henry. Below: Marshall 
defense swarms to ball carrier with malicious intent. 




~^m 



Frosh, J. V. 

fear no 
evil 




Above: Frosh opponent about to be 
creamed. Below: Coach Tremain. 




The 1 976 junior varsity football 
team fought against heavy odds 
for a winning record the first time in 
three years. The Pats started with a 
team that barely knew each other. 
In the first five games of the sea- 
son, the Patriots only suffered one 
score, against them. Coach John 
Deal feels that his players will be a 
big asset to next year's varsity 
squad. The team depended on their 
offense for wins but their tenacious 
defense stopped opponents for 21 
scoreless quarters. The exceptional 
players were Jamie Fish, Larry Wil- 
lan, Ray Shepard, Dave Shinkle, 
Andris Karklins, Louis Norris and 
David Williams. 



The Freshmen team started off 
slowly but regained their compo- 
sure and finished the year with a 4- 
2-2 record. The team had two addi- 
tions to their coaching staff this 
year. Coach Lester Bivens took over 
the line and Coach Lenny Brickens 
took over the defense while Coach 
Bob Tremain remained as backfield 
and head coach. The offense gen- 
erated 1 1 points through an out- 
standing job blocking. The defense 
held their opponents to 52 points 
during the year. Some of the better 
players were Jonathon Scott, 
Jimmy White, Mike and Mark Jaro- 
sinski, Matt Schlemgon and Randy 
Langford. 




Above: Coach John Deal shouts instructions to the Junior-Varsity players. Below: Marshal 
players run downfield in an attempt to stop a runback. 




40 




41 




42 



Volleyballers City Champs 



"Any team that finishes 1 0-3 on 
the season would have to be con- 
sidered successful, and if they were 
City Champs, it would be that much 
more successful," explained Shirley 
Lambert, coach of volleyball's City 
Champion. The varsity squad rolled 
up 1 6 victories, falling in only three 
close matches to powerful county 
teams. 

Led by four players who have 



had three years of experience, the 
team became the most successful of 
all the fall sports programs. Robbin 
Bryant, Linda Christensen, Sue 
Erickson and Penny Thompson 
were on the 1 974 City Champion- 
ship team. Tina Knapp, who thrilled 
the crowds with her spikes, Susan 
Napper and sophomore sensation, 
Linda Dyke, rounded out the var- 
sity. Lambert attributed the team's 



success to well-rounded team play. 
Next year does look good, con- 
sidering the loss of six of the eight 
varsity spots to graduation. With 
Napper and Dyke as a nucleus of 
the team, the 1 0-4 junior varsity 
should contribute heavily to the 
varsity team. Players like Trish 
Montgomery, Diane Casey and 
Karen Weaver should be excellent 
varsity material. 




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a 






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« 



/ 




If you went to see a play 
rehearsal what would you see? You 
would see the stage crew putting 
the sets in place. Some would be 
painting. Tape marks the places for 
the props. 

The curtains open, the actors and 
actresses appear when they hear 
their cues. "Louder," shouts Direc- 
tor Jerry Hurst. 

Phones don't ring, lines are for- 
gotten and cues are missed. 

"Harvey" is about Elwood P. 
Dowd who believes he sees a six- 
foot white rabbit, a pooka. His sis- 
ter, Mrs. Simmons, tries to admit 
him into a mental home, and the 
fun starts. Dr. Sanderson, believing 
that she needs help, has her admit- 
ted! 

Mrs. Chumley talks to Elwood 
and finds out about Harvey. She, 
(thinking Harvey's a person) tells 
Dr. Sanderson and Dr. Chumley. 
Dr. Chumley begins looking for 
Elwood. 

Later Elwood goes to the sanitar- 
ium and talks to Dr. Sanderson. 
Elwood tells them that Dr. Chumley 
is out with Harvey. 



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Elwood P. Dowd — Darren Harrison 

Myrtle — Sandy Shaw 

Mrs. Simmons — Robin Venable 

Aunt — Dotty Vincel 

Mrs. Chumley — Lisa Mansfield 

Nurse Kelly — Laura Spires 

Dr. Sanderson — Bob Wray 

Judge — Bob Weaver 

Dr. Chumley — Dan Devine 

Maid — Darla Forbis 

Dr. Chumley's Assistant — Warren 

Smith 

Cab Driver — Joe Burns 



B. Bob Wray. 

C. Robyne Venable, Darren Harrison, and 
Bob Weaver. 

D. Warren Smith, Bob Wray, Darren Har- 
rison, and Laura Spires. 





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A stage is lit below angled rows 
of reclining chairs. Someone 
knocks on the door, and an echo 
reaches through the auditorium. 
Small figures move about on the 
stage, this is the base for stagecrew 
and Thespians. 

Stagecrew, consisting of about 
30 members, builds props, and 
scenery for the school plays. A 
class called Art Production 
teaches students how all the work 
"behind the curtains" are done. 

Thespians are affiliated with the 
International Thespians Society. 
Seeing shows, discussing, research- 
ing and studying are all aspects of 
the theatre. Thespians put forth a 
lot of time and effort, thus benefit- 
ting the school's dramatic perform- 
ances. 

Speech Team, consisting of 
about 25 members, represents 
Marshall in contests every Satur- 
day. Practicing plays is a big role 
for this club meeting twice a month 
on Wednesday afternoons. The 
entire Speech Club meets on Wed- 
nesday, also. 



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Seniors Beth Dine, Darren Harrison and 
the Marshallaires dance and sing to 
"Aquarius." 

Senior Darren Harrison casts as a midget 
in Patriots On Parade. 




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What do you mean — didn't show up! 



It's quiet, anybody that is talk- 
ing, talks quietly. The performers 
are in the "Green Room," the 
directors are talking to the stage 
crew, and then going to the posi- 
tions they'll take during the show. 
Almost everyone is ready. 

Tonight is Patriots On Parade. 

The director's assistant is running 
around trying to find Mrs. Feathe- 
ringill, one of the directors. There is 
a rumor of a change. 

7:1 1 p.m., it's time for the Pit 
Band to start. The audience is 
already in their seats and waiting. 
7:1 5, the first act is on! The audi- 
ence applauds. The director's 
assistant sends his assistant to get 
the next act. What? They're not 
there! Where are . . . Oh, they're 
already here. O.K., get the next 
act. 

The end of the first half, and 
nothing has gone wrong . . . well, 



almost nothing, except maybe that 
Darren Harrison's blindfold fell off 
during "Blindfold Boogie." So 
what's a little mistake like that. You 
say you saw it? Who asked you? 

Second half is starting up. 
"Where is Darren? He's not ready, 
on, well . . . he's not ready! What 
do you mean he's not ready? Oh, 
he's on stage." 

Ron Morgan and Sandy Shaw 
are doing a '50's dance. Sandy's 
skirt is falling downi'Most would 
hold it up or run off the stage. Does 
she? No way. She drops the skirt 
right there and keeps on dancing. 
After the dance is over she picks up 
her skirt, goes off stage and calmly 
has a nervous breakdown. 

"Finale! Everyone on stage." 
The curtain comes down, and then 
"It's partytime!" All head for Patsy 
McDowell's house. 




Sophomore Kellee Meyer 
dances to the song, "That's the 
Way I Like It." 



Junior Bob Weaver performs as Noah in "Noah and the Ark. 




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Crown 

goes to 

Penny 



The excitement is contagious. 
The weather is just about right for 
the 1 976 Homecoming. The stands 
are filling fast. All the talking and 
laughter is deafening. Chills run up 
and down spines because of what 
exactly, the evening holds in store. 

We will be playing the Ritter 
Raiders; it should be a good game. 
As the game starts, people are still 
running around and gossiping to all 
their friends. 

At halftime the first of the activi- 
ties begins with the floats. The jun- 
iors are the winners of the class 
competition. Their theme was 
appropriate, "Raid the Raiders." 
The float displayed a gigantic Raid 
can. Best club float was the Natu- 
ralist Club and the activity award 
was won by the Choir float. 

Suspense was felt in the air as 
the Homecoming Queen and her 
court were about to be announced. 
Last year's queen, Carol Clawson, 
was here to turn her crown over to 
this year's queen. " . . . and this 
year's Homecoming Queen is 
Penny Thompson!" Her court 
includes Kathy Worley, Karen 
Schroeder, Pam Morrison, and 
Cheryl Smith. They all took a final 
run around the track and as they 
drove past the east side of the 
stands the stadium lights went off. 
The fireworks began in splendor 
and continued for what seemed 
such a short time. 

As the game is continued, Mar- 
shall wins with a score of 21-7. As 
the stands emptied everyone seems 
satisfied. The laughing and smiles 
are the clue that the evening has 
been a success. 




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Love fireworks! 

Pats ice Homecoming with win 



Homecoming was near. The jun- 
ior class had two weeks to plan and 
construct their float. Knowing that 
Duane Farris and Brad Goffinet 
were going to be our sponsors 
boosted our confidence. 

As we sat in room 254 deciding 
on the theme "Raid the Raiders," 
we also had to figure out where to 
get the supplies. The 2x4's, the 
hay, and the wagon were all 
donated by the junior class fami- 
lies. The most expensive items were 
napkins and the chicken wire. 

The building of the float began 
at Jack Edward's house. The guys 
seemed to do most of the work 
while Wayne Baby's geometric 



brain did the figuring. The girls 
didn't seem to be needed. 

After playing pool, we all took 
off in cars. We stopped at stop 
lights and played Chinese fire drill, 
with Shepherd and Matheson hit- 
ting heads as they both came flying 
through opposite doors. Don't ask 
me how, but Shepherd seemed to 
end up with her head under the 
seat and her feet out the window. 
We also ran some fat off by play- 
ing football. With Dowton kicking, 
Goldman catching and me, Walls, 
throwing, we managed to get John- 
son's football in a ten-foot ditch 
five times. 

October 8 finally came. Every- 



body met at Jack's to put the finish- 
ing touches on the float. The muscle 
men began. 

With Farris leading the float, and 
Lynch following it, we didn't seem 
to have very many problems. We 
managed to salvage some loose 
pieces with Schluge, Hammond, 
DeVore and Wood there to rescue 
them. When we finally got to 
school, we laid the grass and the 
lines down and attached the bugs 
to the goal posts. It looked great. 

Halftime events had started. The 
Naturalist club won the club award, 
and choir won the activities award. 
We won the over-all award. It 
made the junior class feel great. 




Jasper-Pulaski and cranes 




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Cheryl Graves and her friends check their bird check lists. 



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ALL ABOARD! ! ! 
Marshall students now departing 
for New York City, Air Force 
Museum in Ohio, Columbus Archi- 
tectural Tour, Indianapolis Art 
Museum, Greenfield James Whit- 
comb Riley Festival, Brown County, 
Conner Prairie Farm, Mexico, Ger- 
many, Phil., Okee., St. Louis, Chi- 
cago, Springfield and other points 
west, north, south, and east! 
BUZZ. . . 

3:00 A.M. "Where's that alarm 
clock? Huh. . .oh I 
see it, under my cam- 
era, food and blan- 
kets." 
3:15 "Now where did I put those 



clothes?" 

3:30 "Yeah, I see the car, Ok, 
Ok, I'm coming!" 

3:40 "Bus, what bus!? Well, I 

guess we'll just have to wait 
awhile." 

3:50 "I thought we were sup- 
posed to board the bus at 
3:45?" 

4:10 "I'm glad the bus finally 
made it. Peace and quiet. 
Now I can get some sleep 
before we get there. Oh, 
no, I spoke too soon!" 

4:11 "We are Marshall, we are 
Marshall. M-A-R-S-H-A-L- 
L" 

4:1 2 "Anybody want to play 



poker?" 

4:45 "Silence, just about every- 
one's asleep. I thought it 
would never happen. I think 
I'll have something to eat." 

4:46 "Hey, who's eatin'? What 
. . . can I have some, too? 
Let me have half." 

4:50 "Out of food and every- 
one's up, I give up! I might 
as well forget sleep." 

5:00 "Somebody opened the 

door to the bathroom; boy, 
does this bus stink. I thought 
the exhaust was bad 
enough." 

6:45 "Boy, I feel better, I hope 
breakfast is soon. What! 



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Two more hours? I think I 8:35 

better try to sleep now." 
8:15 "Breakfast, terrific, let's 

go." 9:55 

9:00 St. Louis, where's the arch? 

Oh, in the middle of all that 12:30 

haze you say." 
10:30 "Wow that's the Busch 1:30 

Brewery. I've never seen so 2:15 

much beer in my whole life 

— just think of the party we 

could have . . ." 
11:00 "Finally the best part, free 2:16 

samples of beer — what! No 

one served under twenty- 
one? Can I borrow your 7:30 

fake I. D.?" 
12:00 "Lunch at McDonalds. 8:00 

That's not fair, first no beer, 

now no glasses-to-go." 
2:10 "You mean we walk 8:30 

through Grants Farm?" 
4:45 "This Holiday Inn is really 10:30 

nice, I get this bed ... is 

there a radio . . . I'm first 10:45 

in the shower." 



"Look at the line to that riv- 

erboat, ah no, it's raining 1 2:00 

again." 

"Is the Mississippi River 12:10 

really this long?" 

"Bus again. I feel like I live 

on this thing." 

"Who keeps calling us?" 2:00 

"Alright let me answer the 

phone . . . Hello, no this 4:00 

isn't him. . . the janitor, 4:30 

who do you think? Klick." 

"RING-Klick— didn't even 5:30 

give them a chance on that 5:45 

one." 

"Wake up now? Why so 

early, I just went to sleep." 6:55 

"Nice place for breakfast 

isn't it, hope it doesn't take 

too long." 

"How long does it take to 8:30 

fix a English Muffin?" 

"There's all of the gateway 

arch!" 

"We get on those little 

things to go to the top of 




Spring Mill Hike 



the arch?" 

"Another place to go. Ah, 
Mr. Otto let's go to sleep." 
"We have questions to do 
at the Botanical Gardens. I 
thought this was a vaca- 
tion." 

"Let's forget those ques- 
tions and get some sleep." 
"On the bus again." 
"I can't believe this, we are 
having a toilet paper fight!" 
"DINNER! At McDonalds!" 
"We're going to have a 
French Fry fight, get Mr. 
Brumbaugh!" 

"Be real quiet, tie his shoes 
together, yeah . . . pull up 
. . . Poor Jack. He's hang- 
ing from the luggage rack." 
There's Marshall, we're 
home!" 



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Scene: Room 236, Deadline Day. 

There is the sound of banging 
typewriters in the background as 
people ask various questions. 

"I need someone to write a copy 
for this picture!" 

"Will you type this story up?" 

"Come on everybody! I want to 
get out of here early tonight!" 

"WHO KNOWS HOW TO 
TYPE?" 

"Eight typewriters for 1 00 writ- 
ers!" "Help!" 

A-a-a-ah! 

"This head doesn't fit!" 

"And the early editor award 
goes to Jenkins." 

More than 1 00 students work on 
the LIBERATOR, MARHISCAN and 
NEWS BUREAU. They work in 236 
and earn one-half credit each 
semester. The photography staff 
led by Lynda Stucker and Mike 
Staudt are shared (pleaded with, 
yelled at) by all staffs. 

Putting the MARHISCAN 
together is a hectic job. The editors 



have to make sure that 1 84 pages 
of pictures and stories are handed 
in on time for the spring book. 
More color, more layout variety 
and better organization were goals 
of editors Lisa Crawley and Pam 
Adams. 

The MARHISCAN and JUST US 
have much in common. They both 
have either the works of students or 
news about them. 

JUST US is a collection of stu- 
dent writing. The 1 2 staffers con- 
tact teachers, collect material, edit 
it and produce the student book. 
Mrs. Nancy Williams is the spon- 
sor. 

The LIBERATOR is the informa- 
tion source around JMHS. It costs 
1 5<t a copy or $1 .00 per semester 
for the weekly paper. 

Stories for the LIBERATOR con- 
sists of sports, features, editorials 
and news. The page editors led by 
Editor-in-chief Coral Bennet assigns 
and edits the stories of the 40 
reporters. Tuesdays and Thursdays 



were the hectic days of laying out 
the paper. Brian Johnson sold 
nearly $3500 worth of advertising 
to the community. 

The News Bureau . . . who? 
What's that? You know, News 
Bureau, the ones who write for the 
Topics, Indy East, and Indianapolis 
Star and News. Oh, you don't get 
those papers . . . well, just look in 
last year's yearbook — no don't, 
we weren't in there. There really is 
a News Bureau at John Marshall 
and we do write for those papers. 
Our staff consists of three reporters 
who average between themselves 
about one story per week, and an 
editor who by now has gone crazy 
trying to get more stories and get- 
ting nothing but " . . . I've been 
trying to get an interview all week, 
but he's never in when I go there 
and. . .". So here we are, The 
John Marshall News Bureau, we 
finally made it to the top . 
at least to page 76. 



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A Cold 

Dark 

Morning 



I stand in the cold dark part of 
morning waiting for my bus, I usu- 
ally ride the Y-5. There are nine 
Metro buses that bring 645 stu- 
dents. 

That's a lot of people for such a 
few number of buses. Two of my 
friends and I get a ride down to a 
stop before anyone else gets on so 
that we can get a seat. 

Finally, at last my bus comes at 
7:30 a.m. By that time icicles are 
hanging from my mittens and coat. 
As I climb up the steps to the bus, I 
usually find a bus driver who is just 
as cold as I am. 

In just a few more stops the bus 
usually gets crowded, and by the 
time we get past all the stops, all of 
the seats are filled with no aisle to 
walk in because there are people 
standing, sitting on books, and 



even laps. It takes about 20 to 30 
minutes to go to school, depending 
upon the bus you get on and the 
driver. In one corner of the bus 
there are four people playing a 
game of spades, and in another 
corner there are two people having 
a discussion about something that I 
can barely make sense out of; but, 
they can be heard by everyone. 

Cigarette smoke fills the air, my 
lungs right along with it. 

Well, here we are at some rail- 
road tracks on 34th Street, the 
lights are flashing but there is no 
train in sight so the bus cannot 
cross the track until a Metro super- 
visor comes from wherever he is. 
Now you would think that grown 
men and women that have enough 
common sense to drive a bus, 
would have enough judgement to 
be able to know when to pass a 
railroad crossing. 

Well, after what seemed like an 
hour, in about ten minutes, the 
supervisor finally comes and tells 
the bus driver he can pass. I begin 
to think that whoever thought of 
that rule must have had their head 
run over by a train or two! 

Finally after about 25 minutes of 
people yelling, cigarette smoke 
fighting to get in my lungs and shiv- 
ering in the cold dark part of morn- 
ing, I finally reach my destination, 
good ole John Marshall where 
there are plenty of assignments 
and teachers awaiting my arrival. 









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"Do you go out?" 

"No, I stay in the noisy cafete- 
ria." 

"We tell jokes, and we talk 
about our small problems. We talk 
about the food, how sometimes it's 
good and sometimes it's not so 
good. We think 1 0:30 is too early 
for lunch. We talk about grades, 
tests, subjects and teachers." 

"Ham and cheese and hamburg- 
ers are my favorites. I spend 35 
cents sometimes and sometimes I 
spend $1 .50." 

The cafeteria sells 225 pounds 
of hamburger and about 300 
pounds of french fries a day. They 
serve about 2000 half pint cartons 
of milk during a day's time. The 
cafeteria has held the prices about 
the same by cutting down on work- 
ers, government commodities and 



comparing the different food stores 
and buying the best quality for the 
cheapest price. They have about 
twenty-eight workers in the kitchen. 
Six of those have worked there for 
the past ten years. They are as fol- 
lows: Mrs. Sesham, Supervisor; 
Mrs. Englebert, Office Secretary; 
Mrs. Rafalco, Vegetable Cook; 
Mrs. TeVault, Salads; Mrs. Steven- 
son and Mrs. Baldwin. 

The favorite meals of the stu- 
dents are hamburgers and french 
fries and fish. The favorite desserts 
of students are chocolate chip 
cookies, crum-topped apple pie, 
turnovers and hot cherry cobbler. 




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Marshall's basketball fans have 
had some rough seasons in the past 
year, but this year the fans were 
rewarded. The Patriots made his- 
tory by capturing the first sectional 
title in the school's history. In addi- 
tion to this, the squad compiled the 
best record in six years and the first 
winning season since 1 974. 

The first game of the season 
seemed to remind fans of the past 
as Marshall dropped a one-pointer 
to Warren Central. After that set- 
back, things started to look up as 
the squad rolled up victory after 
victory. The crowds began to pour 
into Marshall's gym to root Mar- 
shall on. 

When the Pats knocked off such 
highly rated teams as Anderson 
and Manual, the student body was 
really aroused. In fact, three of 
Marshall's six losses were to teams 
that carried state ranking and a 
fourth was county champion. When 
the season had rolled to an end, 
and the sectionals were about to 
start, Marshall's record stood at 



1 3-6, a complete turn around from 
last year's 3-1 5 record. 

Never was a team so ready for 
the sectional as was Marshall at the 
newly formed Franklin Central sec- 
tional. In the opening game a huge 
Marshall crowd watched their team 
avenge an early season to Warren, 
destroying the Warriors by 1 5 
points. In the sectional, gloomy 
Franklin Central fans watched as 
the Patriots stopped the favorite by 
four points. The final game was 
anti-climatic as Marshall outclassed 
the Scecina five and carried home 
Marshall's first championship tro- 
phy. 

Although the team consists 
mainly of seniors, next year seems 
to promise similar results. All sec- 
tional David "Pancho" Wright 
returns with starter Kevin Jones. 
The services of seniors Gene Frank- 
lin, Norman Broadus and Steve 
Pennybaker will be sorely missed 
but replacements should be found 
among many outstanding junior 
varsity players. 



A. Pancho Wright snags an important 
rebound in the sectional finals against 
Scencia. B. Senior Steve Pennybaker 
makes an aggressive attempt to stop his 
opponent. C. Kevin Jones arches his shot 
over the hapless Manual 

defense. D. Steve Pennybaker success- 
fully completes a vital lay- 
up. E. Pennybaker shows his magic 
moves as he leaves a Manual player 
behind. 





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A. "The game is over and we are the champs." A few of the Patri- 
ots celebrate the victory. B. Norman Broadus flips off a pass to his 
teammate in the Warren game. An amazing three-game perform- 
ance resulted in Broadus being named to the all-sectional 
team. C. The score says it all. Marshall wins its first sectional 
game. D. Coach Roger Schroder gives his players some last min- 
ute instructions. Schroder did a great job in coaching his team 
throughout the tournament. E. Wright and Broadus tell the fans 
that they are number one during the post-game festivities. 
F. Patriots celebrate the victory in a winners picture. G. Pancho 
Wright, an all regional forward, out reaches his Warren opponent 
in the early going. Marshall went on to win its first sectional game, 
63 to 48. H. Kevin Jones lets a jump shot fly during the Champi- 
onship game against Scecina. 



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Looking for Patriot spiritmakers 



Wanted: Applicants for cheer- 
leading. Must be willing to scream, 
cry and yell at 30 games, to devote 
200 hours to practice, to break 
bones in gymnastics, to be bouncy, 
cheerful, friendly, hardworking and 
loyal and to be unafraid of being 
frozen, rained upon and steam- 
heated. Decorating locker room 
and buses and making spirit signs 
are also part of their job. 

Marshall's three cheerleading 
squads, directed by Mrs. Martha 
Griffin, led the "loyal Patriots" dur- 
ing the football and basketball sea- 
sons. For the second year during 



the basketball season, seven boys 
joined the varsity girls. Strong men 
helped build skyhigh pyramids. 
Senior cheerleader Kathy Graves 
said, "The boys are learning their 
routines much faster this year." 

From the approximately 55 girls 
that tried out, 1 9 made it. The var- 
sity squad has seven girls and the 
J.V. and freshman squads were 
made up of six girls. All tried out 
under the same standards. The girls 
are judged on gymnastics, voice, 
form, looks, and personality, by a 
selection committee of faculty and 
students. 



The members of the squads were 
Mike Medford, Larry Lynch, Ron 
Morgan, Steve Shepard, Derek 
Paff, Mark Weaver and Mark Pack, 
Sheila Malone, LeAnn Miller, Deb- 
bie Fontana, Dorcus White, Kathy 
Graves, Elane Hauck, and Karen 
Schroeder. 

Junior Varsity members were 
Tina White, Donna Taylor, Vicki 
Williams, Shelly Haskett, Tonya 
Hudson and Monique Waters. 
Freshman were Tina Schubart, 
Janelle White, Lisa Greenwald, 
Karen Ginger, Michelle Walker, 
and Dianne Swineford. 




Varsity cheerleaders 

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Gummy bears, car washes, blue 
jumpers, white bobbie socks, red 
and white saddle oxfords and the 
Patriot blanket will always be fond 
memories for the Matmaids. 

Matmaids, sponsored by Duane 
Farris, are supporters of the Mar- 
shall Wrestlers. 

During the matches, the Mat- 
maids sit on the sidelines cheering 
the wrestlers on to victory, keep 
score and operate the video tape 
machine. 

The officers who help run the 
program are Captain Bev Engelk- 
ing, Co-captain Diane Goldman, 
Secretary Susan Engelking and 
Treasurer Ann Shronz. The varsity 
Matmaids are DeAnn Barcus, 
Sandy Emerick, Bev Engelking, 
Susan Engelking, Diane Goldman, 
Ann Shronz, Karen Smith and 
Sherry Todd. Junior varsity Mat- 
maids are Faith Blaydoe, Wanda 
Foster, Mary Holden, Cheryl Miller, 
Terri Ostewig and Cathy Williams. 
These are the girls who share the 
emotional feelings of the wrestling 
team. 




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MATMAIDS — Bottom Row: 
Sandy Emrich, Sherry Todd, 
Diane Goldman, Bev Engelking, 
Ann Shrantz, Sue Engelking, 
Karen Smith, Deanne Barcus, 
Faith Blaydoe. Second Row: Tari 
Ostewig, Janet Skelly, Cheryl 
Miller, Mary Holden, Elaine 
Udder, Kathy Williams. Top Row: 
Renee Mayes, Wanda Perry, 
Tammy Prunty, Casey Hupp. 



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Medford, freshmen take city 



Marshall's strong wrestling pro- 
gram was one of the big highlights 
of the winter sports season. At the 
end of their season the Patriots 
were able to claim two city champs, 
a semi-state contender and a small 
army of city and sectional runner- 
ups, on their three levels of wres- 
tling. 

On the freshman level, Nick Tut- 
tle scrapped his way to the 1 05 lb. 
championship with a fine freshman 
team that captured the title. 

The Reserve team was not as for- 
tunate and could not pull out even 
one city champ, but produced 
enough runners-up to place second 
in the Reserve City. 

The varsity team bounced back 
from a disappointing record to 
compile a not-so-bad win-loss slate. 
Mike Medford won the City at 1 65 
lb. and Bill Bramell traveled to the 
Semi-state at 1 45 lb. The varsity 
record was 7 wins and 8 losses; 
likewise, the reserve were 9-4 and 
the freshmen were 4-1 . 




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A. 1 85 lb. Thomas Henry wraps up his 
opponent before he can get away. 

B. Jeff Shriver sets up his take-down move 
on an unsuspecting foe. 

C. Charles Jenkins sticks his opponent 
from Lawrence North for an easy victory. 

D. John Kuhn tries to make his opponents 
face a part of the mat while hooking in a 
half-Nelson. 

E. City-Champion Mike Medford shoots in 
low for a 2-point take-down. 

F. 145 lb. Semi-State contender Bill Bra- 
mell taking a break while opponent gets 
up from the mat. 

G. Larry Lynch, 1 85 lb. junior who trav- 
eled to Semi-State in 1 976, was forced out 
of action in freak mishap on the mat. 

H. Mark Weaver literally tries to stick his 
opponent into the mat. 






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Team's inexperience hurts 



Marshall's netters had a rough 
season this year, with several dis- 
appointing games just as the team 
started to take off. Nobody can 
take anything away from this hard- 
working squad, as they gave it their 
best right up to the end of the sea- 
son. Behind powerful players like 
Doug Reed, Bruce Everett, strong 
doubles players, a winning season 
was in reach until the final game of 
the season. Despite this setback the 
netters finished with a fine 6-8 
record; many of the losses were by 
a close 3-4 score. Coach John 
Eason attributed the season's fail- 
ures to inexperienced players, a 
tough schedule and the fact that 
the second man, Darren Harrison 



was forced to quit at the mid sea- 
son mark. This forced players with 
less experience to play in the diffi- 
cult second and third spots. This 
caused the team to give away two 
games in almost every match. As 
you can see the matches won by 
Marshall were hard wins indeed 
and made possible only by the 
number one man Doug Reed and 
the other doubles team. Reed was 
by far the outstanding player on 
the squad with a 5-4 record and 
honors in the city. This was Reed's 
first season on the squad, and he 
was playing some of the best com- 
petition in the city. He will certainly 
be improved next year. The dou- 
bles teams were also successful 



when their age is taken into 
account* Junior Bob Keaffaber and 
Wes Gentry were the standouts in 
an outstanding group. The number 
two teams were made up of junior 
Jeff Smith and freshman Jeff Opel. 
Opel is the brother of former Mar- 
shall tennis star Doug Opel, and we 
will be looking for his improvement. 

The outlook for next year is 
good. Only one senior, Greg Ber- 
iault, was lost from this year's 
squad. With players like Reed and 
the doubles team of Keafebbar and 
Gentry, Eason has offered limited 
opportunities with the statement, "I 
think we will have a better team 
next year." 



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BOY'S TENNIS TEAM — Top Row: Jeff Smith, Dion Wolfe, Chris Pritchett, Bruce Everett, Jim Houston, Doug Reed, Jay Burleson, Greg 
Beriault, Brad Wilkie, Darren Harrison, Coach John Eason. Bottom Row: John Purcell, Duane Doles, Tracy Black, Tom Medford, Bob 
Keaffaber, Wes Gentry, Jeff Opel. 



72 



Marshall's bowlers should show 
their dominance in this field by tak- 
ing the city crown once again. 
Despite a close call by Warren 
Central, the Patriot kegglers stayed 
on top for the fourth year in a row. 
A good and experienced team was 
the dominate reason for the bowl- 
ers' success. Seniors Steve Pauley 
and Tony Trowbridge added their 
experience to this year's squad as 
Juniors David Bernard and Keith 
Farley help retain the hopes of the 
future. You might remember Pauly 
from last year when he scored the 
first 700 series in the team's his- 
tory. A fifth city title in a row is very 
possible as many bowlers return, 
including freshman star Jennifer 
Chapman. 





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74 





An ordinary 
day with 
the deans 

"Ah, come on man!" 

"Man, what'd you cut?" 

"Study hall, I didn't even know 
they turned in cuts in there." 

One student rushes through the 
dean's door, "I can't find my class, 
I went in late to art and they 
weren't there." 

"Well, son, go to the depart- 
ment head and find out where they 
are," the dean replies. 

Outside the office is the nervous 
tapping of students' feet as they 
wait to see the dean. 

Ten yeas ago Marion Burleson 



came to John Marshall High School 
as Dean of Boys; previously, he 
taught at Arlington High School for 
fourteen years, two of which he 
served as assistant Dean of Boys. 

Burleson sees countless students 
each day, mainly for attendance 
problems; but, also, to issue home 
lunch passes and for some counsel- 
ing. Burleson is also a sponsor of 
the National Honor Society. 

"I've received letters from par- 
ents and students who have 
attended Marshall — parents thank- 
ing me for helping students through 
rough times in school. Some prob- 
lem students write me about their 
regrets about dropping out of 
school." 

Marilyn Hardwick, Dean of Girls, 
is also the supervisor of extra-cur- 



ricular activities. She is the sponsor 
of Z-club, A girls honorary. 

Hardwick finds satisfaction in her 
job when, "I have received gradua- 
tion announcements and invitations 
from students I have counseled. 
Many have moved and are gradu- 
ating from a different school." 

Many students seek out a Dean 
for personal counseling that has 
nothing to do with a discipline 
problem. 

Mrs. Gloria Dozier and George 
McCool are the assistant deans. 
They concentrate on attendance 
problems. 



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Earning credits 
'on the job' 

DE (Distributive Education) and 
ICT (Industrial Co-op. Training) are 
work study programs. These classes 
enable students to learn how to 
succeed in their vocations and 
investigate different work areas. 

DE deals with the manufacturing 
and retailing of goods and services. 
ICT is the actual "on the job" train- 
ing. The courses are worth two high 
school credits. One credit is job-rel- 
ated and the other credit deals with 
the classroom. Grades are evalu- 
ated by the teacher and employer. 
The teacher judges a student on his 
classroom work, whereas the 
employer grades on: attendance, 
punctuality, general attitude, qual- 
ity of work, quantity of work, atti- 
tude toward supervision, appear- 
ance, dependability, initiative and 
safety practices. 

DE leans toward students who 
have a saleable skill, those 
mechanically inclined. ICT is 
designed for students who are 
seeking careers in nursing, drafting, 
etc. 

Students are paid minimum 
wages and at the same time, able 
to explore an occupation of their 
choice. 

Paul Hayes and Dave Russell, 
teachers who organize the DE and 
ICT classes, do not guarantee jobs, 
but inform students on openings in 
jobs relating to their chosen occu- 
pations. 

DE and ICT allow the students to 
prepare for the future. They help 
the students make up their minds 
on chosen vocations and allow 
them to stumble on other various 
jobs. 







Rick Hartman 



tfj Jean Pauly 



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Training for 
work 



Vocational training or business 
education, which is typing, short- 
hand or accounting, teaches basic 
skills that can benefit students in 
many ways. The business depart- 
ment has nearly 1 500 students 
enrolled in the different classes with 
typing being the most popular. 

While some students take typing 
or accounting to use in different 
jobs, many take them for a basic 
skill. 

"We all need some skills to use 
in earning a living, and it's much 
cheaper to get it in high school than 
in post-high school trainings," says 
Mrs. Janet Weaver, business head. 

Speakers with business experi- 
ence, field trips and films supple- 
ment the regular business instruc- 
tion. On-the-job training where 
grades are also given as part of the 
curriculum. DE and ICT are part of 
this. 

The Industrial Arts courses in 
masonry, metal shop, drafting, 
aerospace, printing, carpentry, and 
auto mechanics also trains students 
in practical vocational areas. The 
freshmen get to sample all the 
areas so they can choose the areas 
they want to concentrate on. 



77 



As I walked into the room, 242, 1 
hesitated, I could feel the lump in 
my throat enlarge as the palms of 
my hands grew sweaty from fear. 
All the questions I had prepared for 
my interview had completely van- 
ished from my thoughts, even my 
knees had become weak. I drew a 
deep breath. 

I slowly walked in. There was my 
victim leaning over a lab station in 
the back of the room, helping a stu- 
dent with his lab work. I stood at 
the doorway, hoping not to be too 
obvious, waiting to be invited in. 

I looked around the room which 
was filled with students who were 
loudly confering with one another. 
All of a sudden I heard, "All right 
people, let's get to work." The 
change of atmosphere was unbe- 
lievable, a silence hung over the 
room and the students pursued 
their assignments. This was not unu- 
sual though; that was Robert Tre- 
main vocalizing. 

Tremain could be compared to 
the commercial — "When E. F. Hut- 
ton speaks people listen!" Well, 
when Tremain speaks, people listen 
— or else. Tremain proceeded up 
front — "Oh no! I've been spotted, 
this is it!" 

Just as I was ready to make 



still crazy 

after all 

these years 




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tracks, I felt the pressure of a hand 
on my shoulder, I turned and was 
greeted with "How are you?" I 
returned his hello. Suddenly all the 
fears I had, left. I felt foolish for 
having been so stupid. It would 
have been completely different if I 
hadn't known the man but actually 
he and I were good friends. I 
explained to him that I wanted to 
interview him and he willingly con- 
sented. 

Tremain sat down behind his 
desk, sighed and said, "You don't 
mind if I have a cup of coffee, do 
you?" He then proceeded to reach 
for his cup with a big "T" on it — 
his status symbol. My questions 
were obvious, I needed to know his 
biography and why he came to 
Marshall as a biology teacher. He 
proceeded to tell me all about his 
high school years up to the present. 

Tremain came to Marshall his 
Junior year, the first year Marshall 
was open. He was the LIBERATOR 
and MARHISCAN sports editor. 
Tremain participated in ROTC and 
was Sgt. 1 st class of his company 
A. He played varsity football, var- 
sity wrestling and varsity baseball. 
Both years, Tremain was voted to 
the all-city baseball team. As a sen- 
ior, he was elected Student Council 




President, President of Letterman's 
Club and maintained honor-roll 
standings. Tremain was Newspaper 
Honorable Mention Varsity football 
player, placed second in the varsity 
wrestling sectionals and made all- 
city baseball. Active on the news- 
paper, he was joined by his brother 
and became co-sports editor of the 
yearbook. 

In 1 969, Tremain's graduating 
year, he was awarded an academic 
and sports scholarship to Indiana 
Central. During his college years, 
he majored physical education and 
health and minored in biology. Tre- 
main's college years consisted of 
four years of baseball, three years 
as a Letterman and he was voted 
captain of his baseball team. He 
received the Kelsoried Mental Atti- 
tude Award and the Walter Brena- 
mon Sportsmanship Award. Tre- 
main was scouted by the San Fran- 
cisco Giants but declined for finan- 
cial reasons and because of a knee 
injury. He then pursued a career as 
a teacher. 

Tremain returned to JMHS in 
1 973 with a position in the Science 
Department as a biology teacher. 
Today he coaches freshman foot- 
ball, freshman wrestling and has 
led the varsity baseball team to 



sectional victory. 

When asked who inspired him to 
be the man he is today, he replied, 
"Doc Weaver, he encouraged me 
and showed a lot of interest in what 
I did and thought. I think I've pat- 
terned my teaching methods after 
him." Tremain's list included his 
Mom and Dad and others. 

As a high school student, Tre- 
main was considered a leader; he 
always aided a friend when some- 
one had a problem. "Big Tree" has 
returned to Marshall. 

My next victim was Brad Goffi- 
net, a close friend of Tremain's. 
Goffinet came to Marshall his 
freshman year in 1 968. He partici- 
pated in freshman basketball and 
freshman baseball. The next three 
years, Goffinet played varsity bas- 
ketball and varsity baseball. 

In his senior year, Goffinet was 
an active member of the Letter- 
man's Club and student council. In 
1 972, he earned a four year schol- 
arship to Butler University. During 
his college years he majored in 
health and drug education. Goffi- 
net played four years of baseball, 
two years of basketball and main- 
tained good grades throughout his 
college years. 

Goffinet was scouted by the Cin- 



cinnati Reds and also declined for 
financial reasons; he wanted to 
pursue a career as a teacher. 

Goffinet returned to JMHS in 
1975 to begin teaching. He also 
coached in reserve baseball. This 
year Goffinet will coach the fresh- 
man basketball team. 

When asked who inspired him to 
be the man he is today he replied, 
"Mr. Harvey and Mr. Froning 
(Clark Froning, former health 
teacher and baseball coach) 
inspired me the most. Harvey was 
able to relate to the students and 
Froning was there when I had a 
problem." 

Goffinet seemed to be surprised 
with the way Marshall had changed 
over the years. He noticed that the 
dress code was now non-existent 
and that there seemed to be a 
whole new change of atmosphere, 
especially with the addition of the 
Industrial Arts wing. 

Through their high school and 
college years both men maintained 
good grades, actively participated 
in sports and clubs and weren't 
afraid of becoming involved. Tre- 
main and Goffinet are back 
because they sincerely care about 
the students at Marshall. 



79 



fr 









Try to get a locker open and find 
a class in a big strange building 
within five minutes. These plus 
many other thoughts ran through 
the minds of freshmen the first cou- 
ple weeks of school. 

On the first day of school the 
freshmen were taken into the audi- 
torium and introduced to Principal 
Haynes and other faculty members. 

All freshmen must take orienta- 
tion to help them plan a career 
choice and selecting their majors 
and minors to meet graduation 
requirements. Classes that were 
chosen by freshmen included Gen- 
eral Math, World Civilization, and 
Physical Education. 

There are 725 students in the 
class of 1 980. The class members 
got involved into the school activi- 
ties by joining clubs of all sorts, 
going to sporting events, and build- 
ing their class float for Homecom- 
ing. 

In the first part of the year the 
"Liberator" took an opinion poll 
where fifty of the 725 students 
were asked how they liked Mar- 
shall and its teachers. Only three of 
the fifty students said they didn't 
like Marshall. 

Most of the class of '80 found 
Marshall a friendly place. 




80 




81 



Dorleen Butler 
Lionel Butler 
idello Cade 
Bemta Calhoun 
Judy Campbell 
Jerod Cannon 
Leisha Cannon 
Darlene Carder 
Marlene Carder 
Monica Cardwel 



Patrick Carroll 
David Carter 
Catlienne Casey 
Brent Casky 
Monique Casky 
Sharon Cathey 
Jennifer Chapman 
Cynthia Chilcotte 
Malinda Chnstner 
Joe Cicenas 



Dons Clark 
Wayne Clark 
Deborah Cine 
Cheryl Coats 
Terry Cobbs 
Fred Coe 
Jerome Coffman 
Robin Colbert 
Kevin Collier 
Georgia Collins 



Mark Collins 
Demse Cool 
Don Colley 
Crystal Coopenvood 
Harold Copes 
Steve Copus 
Preston Cosby 
Norman Couch 
Melan.e Coulter 
Demse Craig 



Douglas Creed 
Kerry Creek 
Henry Crittenden 
Cathy Cromn 
Michael Cuchna 
Amy Cunningham 
Bfitis Cunningham 
John Cutshaw 
Anthony Danaher 
John Dangerfield 



Tim Daughtery 
Robert Davids 
Richard Davidson 
Chnsetta Davis 
Daryl Davis 
Donald L. Davis 
Jay Davis 
Patricia Davis 
Paul Davis 
Roger Davis 



Tonya Davis 
Terry Davis 
Russell Davison 
Allan Dea 

Rick Dear duff 
Dawn Deer 
Knsty Deer 
Bruce Dees 
Leah Detzler 
Mory DeVore 



William Dillon 
David Dixon 
Randy Dobbs 
Cynthia Dodd 
Denise Doles 
Todd Dorman 
Jerome Dosdatl 
Delouse Douglas 
George Douglas 
Mike Douglas 



Starla Douglas 
Cathy Dowdell 
Cynthia Drake 
Stephanie Driver 
Robyn Duff 
Gregory Dulin 
Kelly Duncan 
David Dyer 
Pamela Eby 
Michel Edgar 



82 




Ganeene Edison 
Eferm Edmondson 
Barbara Ellis 
Judy Ellison 
Kimberly Emmons 
Larry England 
Nancy Engleking 
Pricillo Erickson 
Brian Ervin 
Carole Ervin 



Wade Ethndge 
Lnda Evans 
Kathryn Eubank 
David Evans 
James Fairley 
Erie Faulkner 
Mtke Feathenngil 
Sandra Feathenngil 
Eric Fenter 
Bernard Fillenwarth 



Gary Fischer 
Sherry Fischer 
Lynnette Fisher 
Joan Fluharty 
Dawn Forbis 
Dennis Forte 
Vincent Fossett 
Jerri Foster 
Vicki Franklin 
Cheryl Fultz 



Kimberly Furbee 
Tammy Gaebwl 
Wesley Gainey 
Aleatice Gant 
Jeff Garrett 
Kathleen Gotlin 
Nicola Gentry 
Lisa Gholston 
Willie Gillard 
Karen Ginger 




83 



Gerard Hawkins 
Karol Hayden 
William Hedges 
Robed Henderson 
Jeffrey Hendricks 
Ronda Henschen 
Stanley Herndon 
Doug Herr 
Jacqueline Hibbert 
Joanne Hicks 



Juan Hidalgo 
Robin Higgs 
James Hightshoe 
Ua Hill 
Gndy Hines 
Jeff Hobbs 
Steve Hobbs 
Andy Hodge 
Kevin Hodges 
Robert Hoffman 



David Hogue 
Scott Holdem 
Anne Holder 
Kevin Holifield 
Alan Hoover 
Joy Hopson 
John Hougland 



Derrick Houston 
Lisa Howard 
Paul Howcott 
Mark Howell 
Tina Hubbard 
Karl Hudson 
Eric Hull 



Annie Hummer 
Louisa Humphrey 
Amy Hunt 
Kevin Hunt 
Stanley Hurt 
Paul Huston 
Daniel Hyde 



Cornelius Ingram 
Keith Irvine 
Arnold Jackson 
Juan Jackson 
Chip Jacobs 
William James 
Mark Jarosinki 



Phyllis Jenkins 
Allen Johnson 
Bernice Johnson 
Dennis Johnson 
Douglas Johnson 
Eric Johnson 
Judith Johnson 



Kathy Johnson 
Mark Johnson 
Marvin Johnson 
Teresa Johnson 
Thony Johnson 
Bruce Jones 
Debbie Jones 
Keith Jones 
Robin Jones 
Trena Jones 



David Jordan 
Scott Justus 
Jackie Kaufman 
Mike Kays 
Sandra Keith 
Jacqueline Kelly 
Jimmie Kemble 
Ruth Kemnitz 
Donna Kennington 
Rhonda Kent 



84 





Edward Kett 
Karlene Key 
Mario Kmkade 
ScoH Knight 
James Landes 
Theresa Loners 
Randy Langford 
Adrian Lee 
Scherri Lee 
Joe Lee 



Tuanita Lee 
Reginald Lee 
Jerilyn Lepscum 
Sherry Leslie 
Edward Lessley 
Julia Lightle 
Denise Lile 
Belinda Lindauer 
Debra Lindauer 
Mike Lines 



Andrea Litsey 
Pamela Lloyd 
Jeanette Lonis 
Jessica Louis 
Teresa Lowe 
Elizabeth Lutocka 
Nan Major 



Tonya Marsden 
Richard Marsh 
Tina Marsh 
Bnon Martin 
Cynthia Martin 
Cindy Martin 
Jeff Martin 



James Mason 
Orlando Mathews 
James Matlock 
London McBnde 
Carolyn McCallister 
Dennis McCarthy 
John McCoy 



LuAnn McDonald 
Demita McEwen 
Lon McFarland 
Paul McGarr 
Lenne McGill 
John McGoverm 
Linda McPherson 



Sean McQuade 
Mike Meade 
Gail Means 
Tom Medford 
Tnnna Melling 
Keith Merriweather 
Joe Mesianna 



Mike Meyer 
Anthony Miller 
Cynthia Miller 
Donielle Miller 
Richard Miller 
Yvonne Miller 
Don Miner 
James Minter 
Dov.d Mitchell 
Darrell Mix 



Barbara Mobley 
Greg Moffitt 
Steve Molone 
Celeste Moore 
Joyce Moore 
Mark Moore 
Mark Moore 
Clester Morris 
Diana Morris 
Leanne Morris 



85 




George Morrow 
Lorry Mullins 
Regina Murray 
Valerie Murray 
Reida Myers 
Wavie Nance 
Troy Napier 
Madonna Neal 
Linda Newby 
Bob Newel 



Jeff Ne 
Ernest Nickols 
Anna Noel 
Jill Novolny 
Joel O'Keefe 
Gary Olson 
Jeff Opel 
Tami O'Sullivan 
Greg Outlaw 
Denise Owings 



Mary Padgett 
Doug Paff 
Carolyn Patrick 
Jeff Paterson 
Dan Payne 
Jacquelin Pease 
Lorraine Penfold 
Janice Peffer 
Keeryn Perry 
Harry Phillips 



fC Jf 



MAKER 



Craig Powe> 
Mike Presnell 
Scott Price 
Karen Proctor 
Mark Proffitt 
Steve Proffitt 
John Purcel 
Jeff Pyles 
Andre Quarles 
Edward Ouintero 




Walter Raker 
Linda Ralston 
Cathy Redden 
Tina Reedy 
Jonathon Reese 
Tamara Rentsch 
Diane Retherford 
Victoria Reynolds 
William Rhodes 
Ella Richardson 



Judlina Richardson 
Steve Richmann 
Paul Rifner 
Peter Rifner 
Cheryl Riley 
Peter Riley 
Tom Riley 
Hilda Rives 
Mark Roake 
Chen Roberts 



86 




Don Roberts 
Pete Roberts 
Angelieta Robertson 
Tome Rosseler 
Gordon Rogers 
Shell) Rogers 
Reginald Roseburgh 
Undo Ross 
Kristen Rowson 
Clarissa Royal 



Julia Rudd 
Richard Rudd 
Mitzi Rusomaroff 
John Russell 
Willie Russell 
Ten Rutland 
Fred Sager 
Martha Sandefur 
Kent Santo 
Mike Satterfield 



Rose Scheibelhut 
Matt Schlimgen 
Tina Schubart 
Jonathon Scott 
Marc Scroggms 
Julia Shaffer 
Kimberly Shanklin 
Shern Sharp 
Theresa Shelby 
Georgia Sherfick 



Jeff Shriver 
Charles Sicking 
Mjke Simmons 
Quenton Simmons 
Donna Slicer 
Curtis Smith 
Dwayne Smith 
Gary Smith 
Joan Smith 
Keith Smith 



Kenneth Smith 
Larry Smith 
Tammy Smith 
Thomas Smith 
Valerie Smith 
Derrick Snodgrass 
Mike South 
Larry Sowell 
James Spaulding 
Sally Spires 



Bill Springer 
Mark Springer 
Jay Squire 
Rene Stauffer 
Christine Steele 
Lee Steele 
Lester Steele 
Pamela Steele 
Mary Steiner 
Lisa Stitt 



Kelly Stoe 
Terri Strange 
Sharon Stringer 
Toni Stroh 
Debbie Strong 
Robert Strothmann 
Gary Strubel 
Christopher Stubbs 
Sherri Stuckey 
Karen Sullivan 



Philip Sutton 
Dianna Swineford 
Dawna Swinford 
Jackie Tabor 
Scott Tarter 
Mjsty Taylor 
Diana Teal 
Carole Terry 
Mark Thomas 
Carlos Thompson 



Jack Thompson 
Delia Tinsley 
Lynne Toney 
Keith Torrence 
Carrie Torres 
Cheryl Townsent 
Debra Tracy 
Gary Traylor 
Jeff Trester 
James Triblet 



87 



Clint Tucker 
Dwight Turner 
Kathryn Turner 
Nick Turtle 
MilaTwigg 
Jane Uhlenhake 
Dan Utter 
Richard VanAtta 
Brent VonDu/n 
Gilbert Vea 



Ron Vel 
Beverly Venoble 
Ca*herine Voorhees 
Gerald Wade 
Pom Wallace 
Marcia Walker 
Michelle Walker 
Marsha Wall 
Ion Waller 
Cathy Wampler 



Wendy Warfield 
Huey Washington 
James Washington 
Teresa Washington 
Adriene Weathers 
Chiristina Webb 
Tina Webster 
John Weeks 
Kathy Weir 
Lowana Welch 



John West 
Shelly West 
Stephen West 
Kathy Wever 
Doneva Wheeler 
Felita White 
James White 
Janella White 
Lisa White 
Robert White 



88 




I 




John Wibbels 
Pom Wildnck 
Willie Wiley 
Aretha Williams 
Elizabeth Williarr 
Lorry Williams 



Na 



I Wil 



Ronald Williams 
Stephen Willioms 
Terry Wilson 



Doug Windle 
Jeanette Wmfield 
Paul Wmship 
Clark Winston 
Condi Wood 
Karen Wood 
Karen Wood 
Mike Wood 
Alfred Woodfork 
Darrell Woodruff 



Charles Young 
Dorrell Young 
Mike Clark 




Darren Bailey 
Lisa Bennett 
Jerry Bingham 
Dwayne Blackmc 
Richard Bowens 
Rina Bowman 
Barbara Bradsha 
Rick Brown 



TresaCaudill 
Gordon Chancey 
Ricky Chowning 
Kerry Cookerly 
William Day 
TimEsarey 
Mike Ferree 
Cornelies Hatcher 
Isaac Hatcher 
Anita Hendnck 



Jackie Hendnck 
Anthony Hoskins 
Kimlllhong 
Mark Jarosinski 
Brenda Jenkins 
Rick Ma|Ors 
Anthony McClen 
Mehsa Miller 
Yvette Miller 
Steven Noland 



W.lma Page 
Eddie Parrott 
Da.id Phillips 
Mark Sexton 
Debbie Simer 
Mervin Smith 
Debra Welch 
Rochelle Wells 
Greg Williams. 
Julie Yarling 



89 



Sophs find 

Biology 

OK 

Most sophomores heard rumors 
about the "must" biology course 
and dreaded taking it; but, once 
they were into the course and went 
on field trips to learn how to iden- 
tify birds and collect insects and 
leaves for their collections, they 
really enjoyed it. 

This year sophomore English 
classes returned to doing research 
papers, and most also read and 
reported on the book "Johnny Tre- 
main". This is the last year for 
sophomores to choose Phase Elec- 
tives. Becoming active in school 
activities was the goal of many. 



10 fERRS OF 

" PATRIOTS'- 

FEELING FREE 




Randall Harpold is preparing a part for a steam engine on a verti- 
cal milling machine in Mr. Hester's class. 

As Mr. Otto lectures to the rest of his class, Susan Watson, Vincent 
Duerson and Robert Donnel work independently. 



90 



Lori Abbott 
Cindi Adams 
Candy Adams 
Gregg Agee 
Chris Ailes 
Kim Akles 
Sandy Alcorn 
Damila Allen 
Terry Allen 
Charles Alums 



Coleman Anderson 
Ethel Anderson 
Bill Arnold 
Greg Arnold 
Kathy Arnold 
Mike Arnold 
Mike Arnold 
Wilette Atkins 
Regina Baker 
Terri Baker 



Bruce Baldwin 
Cindy Bales 
Vicky Barbee 
Debbie Barcus 
Mitch Barnes 
Joe Barf left 
Grace Bates 
Bruce Bauter 
Elizabeth Bell 
LaDonno Below 



Debbie Bennett 
Sharon Bennett 
Kim Bernard 
Robert Berry 
DeWayne Bills 
JoAnn Binion 
Lynnette Birdsong 
Jerry Bishop 
Tracy Black 
Darrell Blackburn 



Anthony Blackwell 
Sherry Blackwell 
Kim Blaydoe 
Karl Blunt 
Cheri Battorff 
David Baughton 
Jeff Boulby 
Thelmo Boyd 
Monica Bradford 
Susan Bramell 



Robert Brewer 
Linda Brezausek 
Tereasa Broadus 
Clifter Brooks 
Sheila Brooks 
Kenny Brown 
Loretta Brown 
Mark Brown 
Serrita Brown 
Lisa Browne 



James Browning 
Gina Bruner 
Lori Bruning 
Carol Bryan 
James Bryant 
Robert Bryant 
Wilhe Bryant 
Donald Bunker 
Randall Burch 
Sharon Burgess 



Jackie Burkett 
Jay Burleson 
Cathy Burnam 
James Burnell 
Theresa Burns 
Gina Bush 
Julie Bush 
Alejandro Busteo 
Don Butler 
Anita Byard 



Brenda Byrd 
Rachelle Byrd 
Thomas Carson 
Randy Cartwright 
Tracie Castor 
Robert Cazares 
Helena Chalupa 
Loria Chandler 
Brenda Chaney 
Sonja Chapman 




91 










James Cheatham 
Anthony Chenoult 
Steve Chenault 
T.m Childers 
James Chilton 
Pennie Christensen 
Rebecca Church 
Sherry Clardy 
Alan Clements 
Aaron Coffey 



Robert Colbert 
Karolina Cook 
Marilyn Copes 
Scott Cooper 
Timothy Copone 
Joni Cottrell 
Kim Couse 
Mono Cox 
Judy Crabtree 
Betty Cripe 



Mary Crouch 
Carla Csetenyi 
Pamela Cummings 
Bobbie Cunnings 
Clyde Curry 
Undo Curry 
Mike Curry 
Jim Cutshow 
Patricia Daniels 
Tammy Dougherty 



Kelly Daurelle 
Curtis Davidson 
Evernord Davis 
Freddie Davis 
Gary Davis 
Patricia Davis 
Dianna Degner 
Alice Dawson 
David Diehl 
Theresa DeVore 



Tom DeVore 
Stephanie Dodd 
Dwayne Doles 
Robert Donel 
Usa Dorn 
Paul Douglas 
Vincent Duerson 
Steve Duncan 
Michelle Dunlap 
Darcy Durham 



Maria Dwenger 

Linda Dyke 
Vick. Earley 
John Eddleman 
Cindy Edwards 
Lisa Elliot 
Chandea Endsley 
Margaret Everman 
Tina Fair 
Nikki Fanning 



Cassndia Favors 
Gene Featheringill 
Glenna Fee 
Penny Feeney 
Sandra Ferdon 
Dtane Fillenworth 
Kim Finger 
Eddie Fish 
Jamie Fish 
Rhonda Flemming 



Tonya Flemming 
Antonio Floyd 
Arvin Foreman 
Charles Fossett 
David Foster 
Wanda Foster 
Ron Franklin 
Wanda Freeman 
Shari Fulton 
Joe Fultz 



Dave Furbee 
Dan Furlani 
Mary George 
Vtcki Gerber 
Joy Gibbon 
Tina Gillspie 
Greg Goldman 
Gloria Goodman 
Cheryl Gordon 
Erron Gordon 



92 



Belinda Goree 
Eric Gorman 
Brad Gough 
Sheryl Graves 
Douglas Gray 
Glenda Gray 
Elisa Griffin 
Ellen Griffin 
Pete Gutierrez 
Annette Hadley 



Theresa Hall 
Denny Hallam 
Debbie Harner 
Sharan Harrell 
Latonyo Harris 
Steve Harris 
Shelley Haskett 
Jacqueline Hatcher 
Kathy Hawthrone 
Lisa Hayse 



Cecilia Helm 
Jeff Hammer 
Cornelius Henry 
Jacqurline Henry 
Phyllis Hibbert 
Steve Hicks 
Carolyn Hinman 
Courtney Hodges 
Cary Hohenberger 
Mary Holden 



Carl Holdread 
Charles Hopkins 
Jeff Hopkins 
Becky Horton 
Peggy Hougland 
Elaine Houck 
Lorraine Howe 
Jay Hoy 

Aubrey Hubbard 
Beverly Hubbard 



David Hudson 
Tonya Hudson 
Alfred Huff 
Michelle Huggins 
Jane Hulett 
Jeff Hull 
Jill Hunter 
Jim Huston 
Keith Hutchinson 
Lois Icord 



Donald Inman 
Elizabeth Isaacson 
Larry Jackson 
Lance Jacobson 
Salley Jennings 
Charongporn Johnson 
Cheryl Johnson 
Forn Johnson 
Joy Johnson 
Leonardo Johnson 



Michael Johnson 
Judy Jones 
Marlene Jones 
Sara Jones 
Sherry Jones 
Tara Jones 
James Jones 
Jerry Jones 
Steve Jones 
James Jordon 



Vickie Judd 
Charman Julian 
Brenda Justus 
David Kain 
Andris Karklins 
Lori Kaufman 
Joe Keene 
Raymond Keith 
Kathy Keller 
Kim Kelley 



Karen Key 
Mike Kidwell 
Kimberley King 
Randy King 
Jennifer Klutey 
Lisa Krug 
John Kuhn 
John Lacey 
Renee Lacey 
Mike Lambert 




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Part of foods class includes learning how to measure ingredients and 
helping to plan a balanced diet. Sherri Mclntire tosses a salad as part 
of her planned meal. 




Ametria Lane 
Angle Lawson 
Charles Leakeas 
Joice Lee 
Tonya Lemaster 
Karin Lepscum 
Danny Lessley 
April Levine 
Gndy Lutocka 
Tom Lucas 



Evenlyn Louis 
Lome Lombardo 
Lynnda Logston 
Debbie Litsey 
Peggy Martin 
Randy Martin 
Antoinette Mangine 
Larry Mackey 
Bonita Mack 
Richard Matula 



Renee Mayes 
Lisa Mays 
Kevin McCarty 
Yvette McCure 
Prentice McCrackin 
Mark McCurdy 
Jeff McDonald 
Curt McDowell 
John McFarland 
Marie McGillem 



Sherry Mclntyre 
Brian McLane 
Kathie McMillen 
Walter McNew 
Kevin McPherson 
Lynda Means 
Don Merriweather 
Kellee Meyer 
James Michael 
Cliff Michell 



Ray Middleton 
Chuck Miller 
Cheryl Miller 
David Miller 
Moe Miller 



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L Trying to get to class before the 8:10 tardy bell, Sisters Tina and Mar- Homemaking is learning to set a table correctly and cleaning up the 
fcl sha Wall rush toward their lockers. The record setting snowfalls and dishes after the meal. Becky Horton has just finished getting her table 
|i| gas shortage in January caused many to miss school. ready. 




Tammy Miller 
Becky Miller 
Melba Mills 
Lesia Mitchell 
Dulcinis Montogomery 
Rita Montogomery 
Carla Moon 
Donna Moore 
Ronda Moore 
Scott Moore 



Tern Moore 
Lawerence Morgan 
Leonard Morgan 
Mary Morgan 
Maury Morgan 
Jim Morris 
LaMont Morns 
La Donno Mundy 
Rickey Murff 
Tyron Murff 



Lisa Murphy 
Judy Murray 
Ernest Muse 
Becky Napper 
Eddie Newby 
Robbie Newell 
Salley Nichols 
Vanessa Nickles 
Gary Odell 
Melissa Opel 



Becky Orr 
Tan Ostwig 
W.ll.s Owens 
Lisa Owings 
Anna Oyler 
Stacy Paff 
O'Keefe Parker 
David Parnell 
Lisa Parsons 
Susan Paul 



Shern Pearson 
Elizabeth Pennybaker 
Floyd Petterson 
Janet Pickens 
Randy Pipkin 



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Terry Pitcher 
Mark Pollard 
Debbie Ponto 
Lonny Power 
Jody Presnell 
Steve Preston 
Michele Price 
Yolanda Price 
Chris Pnchett 
Pam Probst 



Tami Prunty 
Jack Quadtiest 
Deloncie Quarles 
Kim Roder 
Lynda Ragan 
Jim Ranger 
Laura Ranger 
Kevin Redden 
Lisa Reed 
Lor. Reed 



Shirly Raid 
Kathy Ridenour 
Vicki Richardson 
Dan Rickey 
Kathy Rickey 
Michael Riddick 
James Riddle 
Mary Rifner 
Mar la Roark 
Dennis Roberts 



Joni Roell 
Mary Rose 
Jacqueline Rowe 
David Rowley 
Lynne Royee 
Oil Rudicol 
Bill Rushton 
Harold Russell 
Joan Russell 
Lisa Soger 



Lillie Sanders 
Karen Sanders 
Teresa Sonto 
James Satterfield 
Debbie Schantz 
Wilma Schaub 
Joe Scheiblhut 
Phyllis Scisney 
Dovid Sexton 
Lisa Shafer 



Michiael Shannon 
Maria Sharkey 
Martin Sharp 
Don Shaw 
Harnette Shaw 
Christopher Shelton 
Greg Shelton 
Ray Shepard 
David Sh.nkle 
Redmald Shirley 



Denise Shockency 
Janet Skelley 
Charlotte Slaughter 
Becky Sluss 
Beverly Smith 
David Smith 
Guy Smith 
Nino Smith 
Paula Smith 
Rhonda Smith 



Rickie Smith 
Ronny Smith 
Shan Smith 
Ward Smith 
Marvin Snow 
Charles Spencer 
Deborah Spicer 
Arthur Storks 
Cindy Steele 
Danny Stephens 



Jill Stephenson 
Lisa Stevens 
Forest Stone 
Brenda Stover 
Angela Strotton 
Edward Strickling 
Randy Street 
Catherine Stuart 
Kenneth Stuart 
Debbie Sutton 



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Although James Degraphenreed 
appears ahead, Greg Cook, the track 
and Cross Country coach, edged out to 
win in Run for Fun, which raised money 
for the Cross Country team. 




Micoh Sutton 
Steve Swegman 
Damita Talley 
Bob Tarter 
Angie Tote 
Edith Taylor 
Greg Taylor 
Tammy Taylor 
William Taylor 
Pattie Theyssen 



Michael Thomas 
Yolonda Thompson 
Cheryl Tiffany 
Forest Toliver 
Aaron Toran 
Becky Trent 
Steve Trailor 
Betty Turentine 
Mary Turner 
Paul Turner 



Sharon Turner 
Elaine Utter 
Norman Valentine 
Andrea Vanderer 
Kevin Vardiman 
David Vincent 
Denise VonAexelson 
Kent Vonburg 
Duane Wade 
Tim Wade 



Tom Wade 
Daisy Wadlington 
Mike Walenga 
Tina Wall 
Brian Waller 
Steve Walls 
Cathy Walters 
Richard Wampler 
Jenny Waters 
Monique Waters 



Vicki Watkins 
Susan Watson 
David Weaver 
Chistie Webb 
Dawna Weeks 
James Weidman 




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"Oklahoma's" 
Aunt Ellen 
(Janet Duncan) 
adjusts the Lit- 
tle Wonder as 
the farmers 
and cowboys 
look on. 
Sophomore 
Mark Brown 
played Slim. 



Linda Weiglien 
Robert Welch 
Kim Wert 
Greg Wesler 
Michael West 
Beverly Westerfield 
Dan Whaling 
Kelley Wheeler 
Kim While 
Sheila White 



Daryle Whitfield 
Daryle Whittle 
Mark Wienke 
Brad Wilkie 
Larry Willan 
Dave Williams 
Jo Williams 
Kathy Williams 
LaDonna Williams 
Robert Williams 



Rudy Williams 
Terri Williams 
Robin Williams 
Rudolph Williams 
Tern Williams 
Terry Williams 
Scott Williamson 
Richard Willis 
Tim Willis 
David Wills 



David Wilson 
Bobby Wilson 
Rickey Wilson 
Kelly Wiseman 
Carol Witt 
Dion Wolfe 
Elizabeth Woodbury 
Susanne Woody 
Tracy Wray 
Mark Wyatt 



Jay Yarling 
Issoc Yarbrough 
Laura York 
Debbie Yung 
Michael Young 






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This year will probably be a 
memorable one for the Junior class. 
Not only have they received driv- 
ers' license and won first place for 
their homecoming float, but this 
winter has been a winter for record 
breaking temperatures and snow- 
falls. 

The class of '78 will also remem- 
ber 1 977 by its many hit movies 



like "A Star is Born" and "King 
Kong", and hit songs like "Hot 
Line" and "Beth". 

The year 1 978 is more than a 
memorable one for the Junior class. 
It is a yeqr for looking forward to 
the prom at the end of the year and 
looking forward to next year when 
they will become the new Senior 
Class of JMHS. 




These students display some of the styles 
of shoes and socks that are popular now- 
a-days. 

Naturalists Club trips are exciting and edu- 
cational. They are enjoyed by just about 
everyone. 

Showing their opinion of the game, these 
students (and parents), cheer and clap 
their hands and add a few of their own 
words to the game. 



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Ackerman, Wendy 
Adams, Donna 
Adams, Jeffrey 
Agee, Terry 
Ahfefeld, Mama 
Ailes, Kim 
Akles, Dan 
Alchin, Jeff 
Alcorn, Larry 
Allegree, Sandy 



Allen, Trudy 
Allgood, Dale 
Allseitz, Ed 
Allseitz, Jennifer 
Anderson, Jerome 
Anslow, Doug 
Archie, Vickie 
Arndt, Sara 
Arnold, Mark 
Arnold, Mike 



Arnold, Suzanne 
Arthur, Dana 
Bader, Cindy 
Bailey, Thomas 
Baker, Darryl 
Baker, Jeanefte 
Baker, Tom 
Baker, Tommy 
Bankhead, Cordia 
Bansbach, Beth 



Barcus, DeAnn 
Barns, Robin 

Barkdull, Shelley 
Barnard, David 
Boteman, Bettye 
Bates, Peggy 
Batey, Debbie 
Baxter, Vincent 
Bean, Georgett 
Beatrice, Mike 



Beechler, Tom 
Bennett, Jeffrey 
Bishop, Brian 
Black, Teresa 
Blackburn, Ken 
Blaydoe, Faith 
Boarman, Kenny 
Boehmer, William 
8onebrake, Dennis 
Boss, Carolyn 



Bowles, Patrica 
Bowman, Billy 
Boyd, Aaron 
Boyer, Kathy 
Bradshaw, Roger 
Breaziel, Mary 
Brennen, Brandon 
Brewington, Cindy 
Bridgeforth, Lillita 
Bright, David 



Bristow, Mark 
Bronstrup, Kathy 
Brooks, Teresa 
Brosnan, Joe 
Brown, April 
Brown, Delores 
Brown, Lois 
Brown, Morcia 
Brown, Marcus 
Brown, Vivian 



Browne, Tom 
Browning, Mike 
Browning, Mitch 
Bryant, Glenn 
Bultman, Robert 
Burkes, Tina 
Burns, Joseph 
Burrua, Anita 
Butler, Johnnie 
Butler, Ledora 



Buttram, Rob 
Byrd, Robin 
Cain, Robin 
Campbell, Bill 
Carder, Scott 
Carter, Dianna 
Casey, Deane 
Cecil, Noel 
Chalupa, Barbara 
Chaney, Tranza 




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Cheatham, Michael 
Chilcote, Patty 
Chownmg, Steve 
Christian, Debbie 
Church, Mane 
Clardy, Theo 
Clark, Kevin 
Clark, Susan 
Clayton, Steve 
Cleaver, William 



Clements, Tom 
Coats, Howard 
Coffey, Eugne 
Coffman, Lara 
Coleman, Daphne 
Coleman, Wayne 
Collins, Marcus 
Conley, Timothy 
Conner, Pat 
Cooley, Robm 



Copes, Patrick 
Copp, Ronald 
Cousins, Teresa 
Cox, Lesto 
Crowley, Tamaro 
Crittenden, Brendo 
Crockett, Renee 
Cromwell, Patrico 
Cronin, DeAnn 
Cronin, Tom 



Cross, Jim 
Crouch, Dan 
Cummings, Tim 
Darling, Colette 
Davenport, Robert 
Davis, Becky 
Davis, Elaine 
Davis, Phillip 
Davis, Sylvester 
Davis, William 



Dawson, Arlene 
Day, Elaine 
Day, Lester 
Deer, Kelley 
Denney, Randy 
Dennis, Karen 
DeVore, Joe 
Dibbern, Gene 
Dickey, Becky 
Dillon, Arvil 



DiTommoso, Rick 
Dodd, Daphne 
Dorman, Gary 
Dorsey, Robin 
Dorsey, Russell 
Douglas, Janice 
Downton, Tami 
Dumes, Tony 
Duncan, Brian 
Dunlop, Marcus 



DuVall, Bill 
Dye, Mike 
Dyer, Jenny 
Edmondson, Andre 
Edwards, Jack 
Eggleston, Cynthia 
Eldndge, Susan 
Ellison, Cindy 
Emperly, Candy 
Emnck, Sandy 



Engelking, Susan 
Enoche, John 
Ethndge, Betty 
Eubank, DeLecia 
Evans, Tyrone 
Everett, Bruce 
Fotr, Caroly 
Fairley, Keith 
Fanning, Brian 
Farley, Debbie 



Feller, Rhonda 
Ferree, Ion 
Fischer, Linda 
Fischer, Randy 
Fisher, John 
Fleming, Lance 
Fleming, Leah 
Flynn, Nancy 
Fontana, Debbie 
Forbis, Darla 




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Ford, Janice 
Ford, Steve 
Fortner, Jonathan 
Fowlkes, Curtis 
Fowlkes, Vickie 
Fox, Jeff 
Freeman, Pierre 
Frye, Sandy 
Fuller, Jeffery 
Fuller, Teresa 



Gaines, Curtis 
Garvey, Deborah 
Gentry, Wes 
Gibbon, Brian 
Gilbert, Patricia 
Gillord, Frank 
Gillard, Ruth 
Gloye, David 
Goff, Denise 
Goldman, Diane 



Goodman, Mary 
Gordon, Tony 
Gosnell, Jeff 
Groat, Jimmy 
Grant, June 
Grant, Joel 
Greene, Rosolyn 
Greene, Tonya 
Griffin, George 
Griffin, Steve 



Griffin, Wilbur 
Groves, Karen 
Gruner, James 
Gutierrez, Manuel 
Gutzmer, Rene 
Haag, Sharon 
Hall, Donald 
Hall, Sharon 
Holler, Melinda 
Hamilton, Shelly 



Hammond, Jim 
Hand, Tim 
Hansen, Sheri 
Hareld, Douglas 
Harlan, Sam 
Harman, Lee 
Harper, Rusty 
Harpold, Randell 
Harris, Annette 
Harris, James 



Harris, Rick 
Harrison, Mary 
Harvey, Ann 
Hoyden, Roy 
Hayden, Tom 
Hayden, Tory 
Haydock, Denise 
Hedrick, Earl 
Helton, Ronda 
Henry, Thomas 



Hicks, Chris 
Hidalgo, Sharon 
Hignite, Gina 
Hignite, Tina 
Hill, Cyndy 
Hines, Benjamin 
Hinton, Patricio 
Hobbs, Mike 
Hogue, Betty 
Holden, Barbara 



Holifield, Randy 
Hope, Jackie 
Hougland, Patty 
Houk, Gary 
Houk, Rick 
Howard, Curtis 
Howard, Delwin 
Howard, Leslie 
Howel, Scott 
Hoy, Ed 



Hubbert, Percy 
Hudson, Kim 
Huggins, Michelle 
Hulett, Mark 
Hunt, Jill 
Hunter, Sharron 
Hupp, DeDe 
Hyde, Debbie 
Irvine, Perry 
Irwin, Roben 




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Jacks, Sherry 
Jackson, Bob 
Jackson, Janice 
Jackson, John 
Jacob, Pam 
Jacobs, Julie 
Jenkins, Charles 
Jenkins, James 
Jent, Tammy 
Johnson, Anita 



Johnson, Bobby 
Johnson, Brian 
Johnson, Crystal 
Johnson, Dennis 
Johnson, Diana 
Johnson, Renee 
Johnson, Tonette 
Jones, Anthony 
Jones, Donna 
Jones, Isaac 



Jones, Kevin 
Jones, Linda 
Joyce, Tim 
Kane, Joan 
Karklins, Moris 
Karuthers, Dan 
Keaffaber, Bob 
Keith, Karen 
Kemnitz, Liz 
Kemp, David 



Kennedy, Katrma 
Kennedy, Kim 
Kimmel, Kris 
King, Kim 
King, Greg 
Kiper, Linda 
Kopp, Robert 
Kouns, Mike 
LoCroix, Peggy 
Land, Rose 



Landes, Ann 
Langford, Rusty 
Largy, Eric 
Larrison, Roxanne 
Lee, Patricia 
Lepscum, Cheryl 
Leslie, Rickie 
Lett, Michael 
Lewis, Melvin 
Ligon, Cheryl 





Talkative, yes, but these girls are showing their school spirit by 
attending the Homecoming game despite cold weather. 



104 



Litsey, Laura 
Litsey, Linda 
Long, Thomas 
Lutocka, Scoft 
Lynch, Larry 
Ma|Or, Roderick 
Malander, David 
Malone, Sheila 
Mansfield, Lisa 
Marks, Bryan 



Marley, Kent 
Martin, Connie 
Martin, Kathleen 
Matheson, Debbie 
Martingly, Michele 
Maxey, Tomo 
Mays, Stanley 
McCallister, John 
McCallister, Russel 
McCarty, Mike 



McChnstian, Quint 
McClure, Yvonne 
McCoy, Tim 
McDonald, David 
McDowell, Patrick 
McDowell, Patsy 
McEwen, Jefferey 
Mclntyre, Linda 
McKenzie, Betty 
McKinley, Mark 




U. S. History seems to be a bit boring today so these students find 
a way to occupy themselves. 



105 



Miner, Keith 
Mitchell, Will ia m 
Montgomery, Margurita 
Montgomery, Trisha 
Moore, Mazel 
Moore, Phil 
Moore, Phillip 
Moore, Scott 
Morales, Michelle 
Morris, John 



Morrison, Ramon 
Mullins, Shiela 
Nopper, Susie 
Neer, Jeff 
Nelson, Stephanie 
Newell, David 
Nicholson, Pam 
Noe, Robert 
Norns, Louis 
Nostrand, Jerry 



Novoteny, Ken 
Outlaw, Joyce 
Owens, David 
Padgett, Sandra 
Parks, Gerald 
Parks, Lisa 
Parks, Vickie 
Parrott, Dan 
Partridge, Elaine 
Patton, Jimmy 



Payne, Paul 
Perry, Andrea 
Perry, Annette 
Phelphs, Lavella 
Philltphs, Linda 
Phipps, Debra 
Pollard, Mike 
Pompey, Kenny 
Portwood, David 
Posley, Belinda 



Price, Kevin 
Pride, Harold 
Proctor, David 
Pruitt, Linda 
Ramey, Kevin 
Ramer, Leigh Ellen 
Reed, Doug 
Rippy, Susie 
Robbins, Kevin 
Robinson, Dianna 



Robinson, Emory 
Robinson, Sam 
Robinson, Tomy 
Rockford, David 
Rodgers, Carol 
Rodman, Steve 
Rogers, Elizabeth 
Root, Archie 
Rose, Marsha 
Routon, Sandra 



Rowe, Brad 
Russell, Kevin 
Russell, Sandy 
Ryan, Pam 
Sandefer, Bob 
Sausser, Mark 
Schiebelhut, Dave 
Schulge, Danny 
Scott, Cathy 
Scott, Lisa 



Scott, Lori 
Sears, Scherrie 
Sells, Roger 
Sexton, Janice 
Shafer, Reggie 
Sharkey, Cindi 
Sheehan, Pat 
Shepard, Julie 
Shepard, Steve 
Shockency, Diane 



Shrontz, Ann 
Shull, Doris 
Simpson, Bob 
Sims, Mary 
Skelley, Dean 
Slaughter, Tonya 
Slicer, Debbie 
Sluss, Jay 
Smith, Bill 




106 







Varsity cheerleaders keep the crowd in spirit at every game even 
though they themselves are freezing because of the weather. 



107 




Turner, Brian 
Tyus, Bobby 
Venable, Robyne 
Vincel, Dottie 
Voorhees, Herb 
Walker, Carol 
Walls, Brenda 
Wallers, Jim 
Walton, Mike 
Walk.ns, Merrill 



Watson, Dalauren 
Weaver, Bob 
Weaver, Mark 
Weisheit, Teresa 
Welch, Pom 
Wertenberge, Ernest 
West, Charles 
Westerfield, Steve 
Wever, Karen 
Wheeler, Karri 



Wheeler, Rito 
White, Clifford 
While, Dorcus 
White, Eric 
White, Tina 
Whitefield, Victor 
Whitney, Edward 
Wickware, Dianne 
Wight, Sandy 
Wilderson, Benita 



Williams, David 



Wilhorr 
Wilhorr 
Wilhorr 
Williarr 
Willian 
Willian 



, Eric 

, Jinny 

, Mike 

,Sue 
, Vicki 
tis, William 
Willis, Mark 
Wilson, Angelia 
Wilson, Danny 



Winston, Boons 
Winters, Shelley 
Withers, Eva 
Wood, Gregg 
Woodruff, Sherry 
Worpell, Scott 
Wray, Bob 
Wright, David 
Wright, Julie 
Wright, Karen 



Wright, Martha 
Yowell, Gregory 
Young, Dennis 
York, Terry 
Yates, Mark 
Neeb, Larry 
Outlaw, Charles 




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108 







Coral Bennett, newspaper editor-in-chief, works long hours at 
her jobs — editing the paper and earning college money. 



109 




Friday the 13th wasn't a bad luck May 
Prom day to the Class of '77 because it 
signaled the beginning of the Senior's run 
for graduation on June 8. For the second 
year the Prom was at the Convention Cen- 
ter where the King and Queen presided. 

Seniors participated at the homecoming 
game where they again shot off fireworks 
at the halftime. 

Senior Penny Thompson was crowned 
Homecoming Queen and she toured the 
track in a Corvette. The seniors' float came 
in second place. 

One of the big events for senior girls is 
the annual Powderpuff football game. 
Brad Goffinet coached Brads Bunnies and 
Ken George coached George's Gorgeous 
Gals. The game ended in a tie. 

Many seniors attended the Senior 
Breakfast at the Marriot Inn. After a break- 
fast of scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, 
hash browns, comic awards were made by 
Senior President Mike McCarthy. 

Seniors also sold Halloween, Valentine 
and Christmas messages. They collected 
messages from students to send to other 
students for a penny a word. These sales 
helped the class earn money for the senior 
gift to the school. 



The Children's Museum visit, sponsored by the Z Club and Key Club, was one of the 
activities that the seniors participated in. 



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ABEL. ANNETTE 

ACTON (WILLIAMS], DEBRA KAY — Natural- 
ists Club 

ADAMS. GARY D 

ADAMS. PAMELA JO — Concert Club 10-1), 
Concert Choir 1 2, History Club 9; Liberty Bells 
12. Mot Ma.ds 10, Naturalists Club 10,12, 
Potnettes 1112, Powderpuff Football 12; 
Quill and Scroll 1112. Yearbook 1012 

AILES, CARLA D — Office Mgr 9,12, 
Potnettes 9 11; PE Asst 12, Powderpuff 
Football 1 2 

ALLEGREE, KENNY WAYNE— Concert Choir 
10-12; Sons of Liberty 11-12 

ANDERSON, ANTHONY DEWAYNE — Art 
Club 12, Newspaper 1 2, Office Mgr 10-12 

ARCHIE, PAMELA — Potnettes 11, Powder- 
puff Football 1 2 

ARNOLD, DEBI ELAINE — Cheerblock 9, Nat- 
uralists Club 9-1 1; Office Messenger 1 1; 
Patriots on Parade 9 1 2. PE Asst 1 1 , Powder- 
puff Football 12, Student Council 10,12 

ARNOLD, MICHAEL J — German Club 9, 
Marching Band 9 12; Musicals 11; Office 
Messenger 9 12. Pep Band 9 12, Symphonic 

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BAILEY, REBECCA JO— IMC Asst 9 12, 
Office Messenger 11-12; Student Council 
Alternate 1 1 ; Cheerblock 9, Science Asst 1 1 - 
12 

BAKER, DAVID P. — Key Club 1 1; Naturalists 
Club 12; Patriots on Parade 11-12; Spelunk- 
ing Club 10-1 I; Thespians 12; Science Asst. 
10-12; Stage Crew 11-12 

BALDRIDGE, JEFF ALLEN — Baseball 9-10; 
Bowling League 9; Letterman Club 10-12; PE 
Asst. 11-12, Weightlifting Club 12; Wrestling 
9-12 

BANSBACH, JOYCE A 

BARBEE, DENISE— Art Club; Office Messen- 
ger; Future Nurses Club 

BARCUS, MIKE GEORGE — Football 9; 
French Club 9, Powderpuff Football (cheer- 
leader) 12; Wrestling 9 

BARNES, JEFF J 

BARROWS, JOHN M 

BARTLETT, JERRY LEE — Art Club 12, Concert 
Club 1 1, Radio Club 10 

BENNETT, CORAL EILEEN — Just Us 10, 
National Honor Society 11-12; Naturalists 
Club 10; Newspaper 9-12, Editor in Chief; 
Office Messenger 11-12, Potnettes 11-12; 
Patriots On Parade 11-12; Powderpuff Foot- 
ball 12; Quill and Scroll 11-12, Vice Presi- 
dent Spanish Club 9 12; Student Council 10- 
12, Student Council Cobinet 12, Z Club 11- 
12 

BERIAULT, ARTHUR G — Letterman Club 12, 
Naturalists Club 10-12; Student Council II; 
Tennis 1012 

BIVENS. JERILYN — IMC Asst 10-11; Natu- 
ralists Club 10-11; Ofice Mgr. 12; Foreign 
Lang Office Ass t I 1; Lab Asst 1 1; English 
Office Ass t 12 

BLACKWELL. ANDRAO. 

BLAKEY, MICHAEL F. — Intromurals 

BOARMAN, ERIC A 







BOEHMER, STEVEN LEONARD— Dnll Team 
10; Intramurals 10, Just Us 10-12; Key Club 
11, Naturalists Club 10-11; Rifle Team 9-1 2; 
ROTC 9-1 2; Student Council 12; Tennis 1 1 

BONEBRAKE, JERRY DEAN — Wrestling 9 

BORDENKIRCHER, REBECCA ANN — Natu- 
ralists Club 9 12, Sec, Office Mgr. 11; 
Potnettes 10-12, Powderpuff Footbolll 12, 
Spelunking Club 9; Student Council 1 1 

BOUGHTON, PATTY LYNN — ICT Club 12, 
IMC Asst 9 11; Math Ass t 10 

BOWLING, WILLIAM CODY — Football F. 9, 
Naturalists Club 9-11; Powderpuff Football 
Cheerleader; Science Asst 10-12 



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BOYD, SHANNON BLOOMFIELD — Draft 
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BRADFORD, FEUTA R 

BRAMELL, WILLIAM J 

BRANDON, JEFFREY A 

BRIDGES, MICHAEL WAYNE — Basketball 9- 
12, Lt Go. Boys State, English Club 9,11- 
12, German Club 910, IMC Ass t 1 1-12, Key 
Club 10-12, Letterman Club 10-12, Natural- 
ists Club 9 10, Patriots on Parade 9, PATS 9 
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BROADOUS, NORMAN E 

BRONSTRUP, CHARLES E — Naturalists Club 
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BROOKS, SHARON JEAN— Latin Club 12, 
Naturalists Club 10; Spelunking Club 9, Sci- 
ence Ass't 11 , Social Studies Ass I 1 2 

BROWN, CATHY J 

BROWN, DEBRA JO 

BROWN, LOIS M 

BROWN, MICHELLE DENISE — English Club 
12, National Honor Society 11-12, Powder- 
puff Football 12; Student Council 9,12, Z 
Club 1112; Track Manager 911, Executive 
Committee 12; Senior Breakfast Committee 
1 2, Senior Christmas Party Chairman I 2 

BROWN, PAMELA M 

BRUNELLE, ROBERT E — Naturalists Club 

BRYANT, ROBBIN A — Basketball 9-11, Nat- 
uralists Club 9-1 1; Office Mgr 10, Powder- 
puff Football 1 2; Tennis 1 0, Volleyball 9- 1 2 

BUCKALLEW, JANET S — Bowling League 

CAIN. JAY EMERSON — Gymnastics 11-12 

CAMPBELL, JEFFREY M — Art Club 11, Stu 
dent Council 9; Track 9 






CARSON, JAMES — Bowling League; Spe- 
lunking Club, Student Council; Wrestling 9; 



CARTE, MARK ALAN — Football 9; Weightlift- 
ingClub 1 1, Wrestling 10 

CARTER, DALE 

CARTWRIGHT, STEVE A — Bowling League 
910, PE Assl 12; Track 12 

CASEY, STEPHEN E 

CATHCART, RICK A — Marching Band 9-10; 
Naturalists Club 10-11, Pep Band 9-12, Sym- 
phonic Wind 9-1 2, Thespians 1 2 





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R Ctudup 





CHALUPA, CLAYTON K 
Track 10 11 



tball 9-10, 



CHANDLER, CANDIS A — German Club 1 1; 
Office Mess 9-1 1 

CHATMAN, MICHELLE ANGELENE — Latin 
Club; Student Council; Track 

CHENAULT, CALVIN 0. 

CHRIST, DIANA 

CHRISTENSEN, LINDA SUE — Basketball 9- 
12, Naturalists Club 9-11; Office Mgr 12; 
Patriots on Parade 910; Powderpuft Football 
12, Student Council 910; Tennis 10-12; 
Track 9, Volleyball 9 12 

CHRISTNER, DIANA REBECCA — Mat Maids 
9-10; Naturalists Club 11, Patnettes 10 11, 
Student Council 11; Track 9-10; Cheerblock 
9 10 

CLARK, PATRICIA M. — Home Ec Ass't 1 1 

CLARK, STEPHEN ALLEN — ICT Club 1 2 

COFFEY, SOLON E 

COHRS, JOHN H 

COLLINS, KURT A 

CONNOR, CHRISTINE MARIE — Cheerblock 
9-10; DECAClub 12; Echibow 9-12; Natural- 
ists Club 10-12; Office Mess. 9-12, Powder- 
puff Football 1 2 

COX, CATHY C —National Honor Society 
11-12; Naturalists Club 9 12, Office Mess 9- 
1 1; Patnettes 10-11; Patriots on Parade 9 11, 
Student Council 9 10, Z Club I 1 

COX, MALINDA L — Art Club 9.1 2; ICT Club 
12; Mat Maids 10, Musicals 12; Naturalists 
Club 10-1 1; Powderpuft Football 1 2; Science 
Ass t 10 11; Spanish Club 9-10; Spelunking 
Club 9 11; General Mills Scholarship 1 2 

CRAWLEY, LISA J — English Club 1 1, 
National Honor Society 11-12; Naturalists 
Club 10; Powderpuff Football 12; Senior 
Class Officer; Student Council 9-10; Volley- 
ball 10; Yearbook 1 1-12; Quill and Scroll 12 

CRUDUP, RAPHAEL P. 

CURRAN, THOMAS S. 

CURRY, DON J 

CUSHINGBERRY, KAREN 

DALE, MICHAEL JOSEPH — Drill Team 1 1 , PE 
Ass t 1 2, Rifle Team 1112, ROTC 9 I 2 

DALTON, KATHRYN J — ICT Club 12, IMC 
Ass I 9-1 0; Naturalists Club 10-12; Office 
Ass I 10-11; Science Ass I I 112, Z Club 1 1- 
12 

DALZIEL, DIANA LYNN — DECA Club 12; 
English Ass t 1 1-12; IMC Ass't 9-1 2 

DAMERON, ALYCE 

DAURELLE, JULIE L 

DAVIDSON, RANDY 

DAVIDSON, SHERRY LYNN— Office Mess 
1112, Evening School Ass't 12; Math Ass't 
10; Powderpuff Football 12; Science Ass't 
10 12 

DAVIS, BETH 

DAVIS, CATHY J. 

DAY, JANET LEA 





D Curry 



S Coffey 





K Cushingberry 





J.Day 



114 








B. Engelking 




DAY, WARREN EUGENE — DECA Club 12; 
English Ass't 1 I ; Musicals 9; Woodshop Ass't 
10 

DEAN, VICKIE LYNN — English Club II, IMC 
Ass t I I. Spanish Club 12 

DEGRAPHENREED, JAMES ANTHONY— 
Basketball 9 12; Letterman Club 12, Track 
1112 

DINE, ELIZABETH ANN — Concert Choir 10 
12, Secretary, Girls Volleyball 9-10; G.rls 
Basketball 9-10; Morshalloires 10 12; Mus. 
cals 11-12; Notional Honor Society 1 2, Presi- 
dent; Orchestra 9; Patriots on Parade 10 12, 
Student Council 9 11, Thespian 12, Trea- 
surer, ZClub 12 

DIXON, PAMELA D 

DOAN, RICK J 

DOBBS, JONI LYNN — English Club 11, IMC 
Ass'19-12, Naturalist Club 10 

DONEL, CYNTHIA RENEE — D.S.AC. II; 
English Club I 1; National Honor Society 1 I- 
1 2; Office Mess. 1 0, 1 2; Spanish Club 1 

DORSEY, JOYCE L 

DUERSON, FRANK C. — Basketball 10; Foot- 
ball 10, Intramural 12 

DUFF, RANDY EARLE 

DUNCAN. DEBBIE L. — Cheerblock 9; Festival 
of the Arts 1 0; Mat Maids 1 0; Office Mess. 9; 
Powderpuff Football I 2, Yearbook 1012 

DUNCAN, JANET M — Concert Club 10, 
Concert Choir 1112, Liberty Belle 10, Mar- 
shallaires 1112, Musicals 11-12; Naturalists 
Club 10; Patriots on Parade 11-12; Thespians 
12 

DWENGER, ROBERT E. 

EDMONDSON, MARETA R 

EDWARDS, SHARON K. 

ELDER, LINDA 

ELLISON, EDITH L 

ELZEA, KIMBERLY 

EMPERLY, JOSEPH L 

ENGELKING, BEVERLY ANN — Concert Choir 
1112, Marshallaires 12; Mat Maids 10-12, 
Musicals 12; National Honor Society 1112; 
Naturalists Club 10- 12, Patriots on Parade 
1112, Powderpuff Football 1 2; Z Club 1112 

ERICKSON, SUSAN R. — Basketball 9,12, 
Concert Choir 10; Naturalists Club 10-11, 
Office mgr. 1 1, Patriots on Parade 10, Pow- 
derpuff Football 12; Student Council 10 11; 
Track 10, Volleyball 9- 12 

ERVIN, PAUL J — Student Council 1112; 
WeightlifhngClub 12 

EUDALY, SUSAN DENISE — Concert Club 10; 
Musicals 11-12; Orchestra 9-12; Quiz Team 
1 2; All-City High School Symphony Orchestra 
12, Science Asst. 9-12; Music Office Mgr 9- 
12 

EVANS, CYNTHIA ANN — Cheerblock 9, 
German Club 10; Office mgr. 10-11 

FAULKNER, LYLA LEE — Folk Dance Club 1 1, 
German Club 1112. Mat Maids 9-11, Sew- 
ing Contest 1 1 

FEATHERINGS, JOHN JOSEPH — Baseball 
9-12; Bowling 10-11; English Club 11; Latin 
Club 9-1 1; Powderpuff Cheerleader 

FELLER, ROLAND A— Naturalists Club 9 1 1 

FILLENWORTH, MIKE J —Chess Club 10, 
Computer Club 9; English Club 1 1 ; IMC Ass't 
9, JustUs 12; Naturalists Club 11-12 

FISCHER, MARK ALAN — Moth Club; ROTC; 
Student Council 




J Degraphenreed 




F Duerson, Jr 




M Edmondson 




J Emperly 




S Eudaly 




1 



J. Feathering.! 



M Fillenwarth 



1 15 




I Fleming 



B Fluhorty 




FISHER, SHELIA S. 

FLEMING, LEAH DARLENE— Cheerblock; 
Intramural; Office Mgr.; PE Ass't; Powderpuff 
Football, Speech Team; Student Council; 
Togetherness Club; Track 

FLUHARTY, BRENDA — Cheerblock. Natural- 
ists Club 10-12; Powderpuff Football 1 2 

FOREMAN, KATHY A. — Academic Congress; 
Letterman 10; Naturalists Club 9-10; News- 
paper 9 10; Potnette 9-11, Powderpuff Foot- 
ball 12, Senior Class Officer, Secretary; Stu- 
dent Council 9- 1 1 ; Tennis 9- 1 0; Z Club 1 1 - 1 2 

FORTE, VEDA K 

FRANKLIN, GENE E. 

FRANKLIN, LINDA SUE— Office Mgr. 9-1 1 

FREEMAN, GERMAINE LYNN— Art Club 1 1; 
Tennis 10, Track 11 

FULLER, BELINDA 

FULLER, CYNTHIA M 

GIBBON, MARK A 







GILLILAND, GREGORY A. — Student Council 
9 

GOFF, TIMOTHY ALLEN— Biology Ass't 10- 
12; Computer Club 9; German Club 10-11; 
Key Club 10 11, Musicals 12, Naturalists 
Club 10-12 

GORE, DUANE 

GORMAN, BETH MARIE— Art Club 1 2; Com- 
puter Club 9, National Honor Society 1112, 
Naturalists Club 10; Newspaper 9-11, Office 
Mgr. 9; Student Council 1 1 - 1 2; Z Club 11-12 

GRAVES, CATHY— Cheerleading 10-12; 
Homecoming Queen Candidate; ICT Club 1 2; 
National Honor Society 11-12; Naturalist 
Club 10-12; PE Ass't II; Powderpuff Foot- 
ball; Student Council 11-12; Science Ass't 
10-1 2; Z Club 11-12, President 

GRAY, DEBORAH M — Marching Band 9-11, 
Musicals 9; Pep Band 9-1 I 

GREENE, ROSALYN DIANE— Cheerblock; 
Student Council, Togetherness Club 

GREENWALD, JANA L — Naturalists Club 9- 
12, Office Mgr. 9, Powderpuff Football 12; 
Science Ass't 1112 

GULDNER, ANTHONY KURT— Baseball 9- 
12, Team Captain 12; Football 9; Letterman 
Club 1 2; Naturalists Club 11-12; Senior Exec- 
utive Comm., Spanish Club 9, Student Council 
12 




D Gore 





HALL, ELIZABETH A — Concert Choir 11-12; 
Liberty Bells 11-12; Marching Band 12, Natu- 
ralists Club 12, Office Mgr. 1112; Patriots 
on Parade 1 2; Pep Band 1 2; PATS 1 2 

HANSBROUGH, TYRONE 

HARMON, TAMMI K— English Ass't; Just Us 
12; Math Ass't 10; Office Mgr. 9 

HARRIS, RHONDA GAYLE— English 1 1; IMC 
Ass't 9-12; Naturalists Club 10; Office Ass't 
11-12; Spanish Club 9-10; Z Club 11-12 

HARRISON, DARREN LEE— Baseball 9 10; 
Concert Choir 10-12; Letterman Club 1112; 
Marshallaires 10-12; National Honor Society 
11-12; Patriots on Parade 9-12; Patriots Per- 
sonality 12; Tennis 9-12; Thespians 12, Vice 
Pres; Wrestling 9 10 

HARTMAN, RANDY DOUGLAS— Football 
I 2; Key Club 1 1 ; Soccer Club 9- 1 2 

HASKINS, KEITH DAVID 

HASKINS, KENNETH D. 

HATCHER, ROSA 

HAWKINS, VICKIE L. — German Club 9 





116 




F Heichelbech 






HAYES, KATHY L 

HEICHELBECH, FRED E —Football 

HEMMER, RODNEY D 

HENRY, JEFFREY S — DECA Club 1112, 
Marching Band 9 10, Naturalists Club 9 11, 
Newspaper 9-10, Pep Band 9 10; Student 
Council 10- 12,- Thespian 

HERVEY, KAREN S —An Club 10,12; Office 
Mess 1012 

HICKMAN, JEFFERY L 

HILL, TERESA MICHELLE — Office Mess, 12, 
Palnettes 1 1 , Powderpuff Football 1 2 

HISCHEMILLER, CHARLES W — Bowling 
League 9,11 12, Chess Club 9, Student 
Council 9 

HOLDEN, TAMI SUE — Cheerleading 9 10; 
History Club 9; Naturalists Club 9 12; Office 
Mgr. 10,12, Powderpuff Football 12; Student 
Council 10,11, Swimming Team 12; Thes 
pian; Tennis 10; Track 9 

HOLLINGSWORTH, FREDA KAY — Cheer- 
block, IMC Ass't; Office Mgr.; Science Semi- 
nar, Student Council, Thespians 

HOLMES, BRIAN K— Concert Choir 912, 
Football 9 10; Marshallaires 10-12, Musicals 
11 12; Naturalists Club 10, Office Mgr 12; 
Patriots on Parade 9 12; Pep Band 9-12; Stu- 
dent Council 10-11; Symphonic Wind 9-12; 
Thespians 1 2; Wrestling 9 

HOOD, MARK R.— Football, ICT Club 12; 
Stage Crew 1 1 

HOPSON, KIRK A 

HORSTE, KENT L —Football 10-12, Natural- 
ists Club 9 12, Student Council 9-10, Wres- 
tling 9 10 

HULL, LAURA ANN 

HUNT, LINDA L. — Bowling League 10; Ger- 
man Club 10, English Ass I 10 11 

HUNTER, RACHEL 

HUPP, CATHY SUE — Mat Maids 1 2; Natural 
ists Club I 1 , Office Mess 1 1 . Student Council 
12 

HUSTON, RICHARD R. 

INMAN, VALERIE JANE — Home Ec. Ass t 10 
11, Naturalists Club 1012, Office Mgr 9, 
Science Ass t 1 112, Z Club 1112 




J Henry 




F Holl.ngsworth 







IRVINE, JERRY L 

JACOBSON, LISA MARIE — DECA Club 12, 
Latin Club 9- 1 1 ; Marching Band 9; Mat Maids 
10, National Honor Society 1112, News 
Bureau 1112, Powderpuff Football 12, Quill 
and Scroll 11 12, Symphonic Wind 9-11, Z 
Club 12 

JENNINGS, DEE 

JENSEN, HAROLD LEE— Chess Club 910; 
History Club 9-10; Naturalists Club 9-12, 
Spelunking Club 9-1 2 

JOHNSON. GLENN McQUEEN 

JOHNSON, MICHAEL LEE — Baseball 9, Bas 
ketball 912; Intramurals 1 1; Letterman Club 
12; Student Council 9- 12 

IONES, IRISH LEE — Stage Production 1 2 

JONES, TERRY 

JONES, THERESA A 

KAYE, KAROL L. — Computer 10, Naturalists 
Club 10 




D Jennings 




K Koye 



117 




KEAFFABER. DAVID EDWARD — Cross Coun- 
try 12, Key Club 1 I, Lelterman Club 12; Nat- 
uralists Club 10, Tennis 1 1 





KELLY, KATIE RUTH— Drill Team 9 10, Office 
Mess 1112 

KENNEDY, JOAN MARIE — Art Club 12; Folk 
Dance Club 1 1 ; Student Council 1 1 

KERR, MARY LUCILE — Concert Choir 10-12. 
Musicals 12; Naturalists Club 1012, Patriots 
on Parade 12, Powderpuff Football 12, Sci 
ence Ass I 10 12, Spelunking Club 9 1 1 

KEY, ANDRE — Basketball 9; Football 9 

KING, BRIDGETT ANN — Bowling League 9- 
12, Office Mgr , 9-10, Powderpuff Football 
11,12, Science Ass t 1112 

KING, MICHELE E — Office Mgr 12 




B King 




KNAPP, TINA D — Intramurals,- Naturalists 
Club, Office Mgr., Band 



KRAPP, JAMES P 



KRUG, SHERI LYNN — Office Mgr 9-11; Stu 
dent Council 9-11, Cheer block 9 



J Krapp 



S Krug 



KUHN, JONI S 
LACEY, MICHAEL J 



LAKE, PHILLIP ANTHONY — ICT 12, Rifle 
Team 9-1 1, Color Guard 9-1 1; Drill Team 9 



LAMBERT, DAVID R.— Bowling League 9-10; 
Football 9 10, Naturalists Club 9- 1 2 



LAND, BEATRICE 





LANGFORD, ROBERT E — Art Club 9; Foot 
ball 1 1, PE Ass t 1 1 

LAWLEY, MAUREEN KAYE — Basketball 9- 
1 2, Musicals 9 11, Naturalists Club 9- 1 2; PE 
Ass t 9 11, Powderpuff Football 1 2; Spelunk- 
ing Club 9-10, Student Council 10 11; Track 
1 1 

LEE, DEBBIE K 

LEE, MARK ALLEN — Bowling League 9 10, 

ICT Club 12, Student Council 10-1 1 

LESSIG, SUSAN 
LEVINE, LORENE 




R Longford 





LIKENS, FRANCIS R —Baseball 9, Bowling 
League 1 1 ; Track 9; Wrestling 1 

LINES, CAROLYN EILEEN — English 11, 
HomeEc. Ass't 11-12 

LITSEY, SANDRA LYNN — Newspaper 11, 
International Club 10; Track Mgr 11, Teen 
Environment 10 

LITTLE, DAWN DENISE — Naturalists Club; 
Office Mess. 

LLOYD, TAMARA LYNN — DECA Club 12, 
Maiorettes 10; Office Mgr. 9-11; Powderpuff 
Football 12; Student Council 1 1 

LONG, RITA D— Cheerblock; Office Mgr. 

LOUIS, JACQUELYN S 

MAJORS, CHRISTOPHER— Football 911, 
ICT Club 1 2; Intramurals 1 1 

MARTIN, DEBORAH D— Art Club 12; Notu 
rahsfs Club 10-12. Powderpuff Football 12, 
Science Ass't 1 I ; Spelunking Club 9 



S Lessig 





118 



T, Lloyd 



R Long 



C. Maiors 





McCoy 



Q. McChnstion 




S. McCoy 





MARSH, DONALD 

MARTIN, GREGORY H. 

MASON, JEFF G.— Boseboll 9; Basketball 9; 
Football 9; Naturalists Club 1 0- 1 1 

MATHEWS, GERALD BERNARD— Football 9- 
12 

MAYFIELD, PATRICK KEVIN— Baseball 9-12; 
Football 11-12; Letterman Club 11-12; Natu- 
ralists Club Vice Pres. 1 1 ; Powderpuft Foot- 
ball Cheerleader 1 2; Science Ass't 9-11; Stu- 
dent Council 10-12 

McCALUSTER, DONNA S — Naturalists Club 
10-12, Office Mgr. 10-12; Patneftes 9-11, 
Powderpuff Football I 2, Student Council 9- 



McCHRISTIAN, OUINTIN ROSS — Chess Club 
9-11; Latin Club 1 0- 1 1 ; Office Mgr. 9 

McCLURE, TERESA GALE— Biology Ass't 1 1; 
Naturalists Club 10-11; Powderpuff Football 
12 

McCORD, ANNE FAYE— DECA Club 1 2; IMC 
Ass t 9; Just Us 9-10; Naturalists Club 10; 
Office Mgr. 9-10; Spanish Club 9-10; Speech 
Club 1 1 ; Speech Team 1 1 ; Track 9 1 

McCOWAN, GREGORY 

McCOY, ROBERT K. 

McCOY, SHARON K. 

McDERMED, ALVIN 

McDERMED, LUCILLE 

McMANIGAL, PAULA MARIE — Naturalists 
Club; Student Council 

McPHERSON, JAMES EUGENE— IMC Ass't 
1 0; Naturalists Club 1 0; ROTC 9 

MESIANA, ANGELA DIANE— Naturalists 
Club 10; Office Mgr 10; Powderpuff Foof- 
ball 1 2; Spanisn Club 1112 

MEYER, DENNIS ROBERT— Bowling League 
9-11; Naturalists Club 9-11; Spanish Club 9; 
Student Council 11-12 

MILES, WILLIE J.— Chess 12; Patriots on 
Parade 1 1 

MILLER, ANITA J— Bowling League 1 2; Ger- 
man Club 9; Office Mgr. 10; Powderpuff 
Football 12 

MILLER, CHRYSTEEN H— Concert Choir 11- 
1 2; Patriots on Parade 1 2, ROTC 1 2; Science 
Ass't 1 1-12 

MILLER, MARY 

MILLER, RODNEY M. — German Club 9; Key 
Club 11; Naturalists Club 10; Speech Club 
11; Student Council 9 

MITCHELL, TERRI E. 

MITTMAN, RANDAL SCOTT— German Club 
12; Naturalists Club 10 

MOCKBEE, JEFFREY H.— Concert Choir 12; 
Key Club 11-12, Vice-Pres.; Musicals 11-12, 
Naturalists Club 10-12; Student Council 1 1- 
12, President 





P Moyfield 





P. McManigal 




D. Meyer 





MOGOLLON, RAQUEL CRISTINA— Just Us 
11-12, Mock Election President 12; National 
Honor Society 11-12; Naturalists Club 11-12; 
Powderpuff Football 12; PATS 12; Student 
Council I 2 

MONTGOMERY, CHERYL DENISE — Office 
Ass't 1 2; Clothing Ass't 101 1 

MOORE, DAVID W. 

MOORE, VICKIES. 




R. Mogollon 



C. Montgon 



. 



19 




C. Morgan 



R. Morgan 




MORGAN, COLETTE G. — Naturalists Club 
10-12; Office Mess. 10; Science Ass't 11; 
Student Council 1 0; Yearbook 910 

MORGAN, RONALD LEE — Boys Octet 9-12; 
Cheerleading 12; Concert Choir 9-12; Key 
Club 12, Morshallaires 11-12; Musicals 12; 
Orchestra 9-10; Patriots on Parade 9-12; 
Symphonic Wind 9-1 1 

MORRIS, CAROL SUE — French Club 9-10; 
ICT Club 10; IMC Ass't 9-11; National Honor 
Society 11-12; Naturalists Club 10; Powder- 
puff Football 12; Science Ass't 10-12; Stu- 
dent Council 1 l;ZCIub 11-12 

MORRIS, TAMMY 

MORRIS, THOMAS EDWARD — Cross Coun- 
try 9-1 2; Key Club 11-12; Letterman Club 11- 
12; Naturalists Club 9-12; Powderpuff Foot- 
ball Cheerleader; Spelunking Club 10-11; 
Track 9-1 2 

MORRISON, PAMELA YVETTE— Cheerblock; 
Computer Club; G.A.A.; Intramurals; Latin 
Club; Naturalists Club; Office Mgr.; Student 
Council; Togetherness Club; Track 

MURPHY, PATRICK ANTHONY — Computer 
Club 11-12; Concert Choir 10-12; Key Club 
10-12; Musicals 11-12; Naturalists Club 10; 
Patriots on Parode 11-12; Radio Club 11-12; 
Stage Crew 10-12; Student Council 12; Thes- 
pian 10-12 

NELSON, JEFFREY R. 

ODELL, DEBORAH L. 





P. Murphy 





N. Page 





S. Pauley 



S. Pennybaker 



120 



OSTEWIG, STEVEN M — Football 9; Key 
Club 11-12; National Honor Society 1112; 
Naturalists Club 1 0-1 1; ROTC 10-12; Student 
Council 1 1 

OWENS, CARLA 

PAANANEN, REIJO JOHANI — Key Club 12; 
Rifle Team 1 2; ROTC 1 2 

PACK, MARK E. Baseball 9-10; Cheerleader 
11-12; Football 9-12; German Club 9-12; 
Letterman Club 10-12; Naturalists Club 9-12; 
Student Council 9-11; Track 11-12; Weight- 
lifting Club 9-1 2; Yearbook 9-10 

PAFF, DANE H. — Basketball Mgr. 11-12; 
Bowling League 1 2; Cheerleader 1 2; Concert 
Choir 10-12; Football Mgr. 10-12; Key Club 
11; Letterman Club 11,12; Morshallaires 11- 
12; Musicals 11; Naturalists Club 11-12; 
Patriots on Parade 9-12; PE Ass't 12; Rifle 
Team 9-12; ROTC 9-12; Student Council 1 1 - 
12; Yearbook 10-11 

PAFF, DEREK H. — Bowling League 9; Cheer- 
leader 1 2; Football F 9-12; Key Club 11; Let- 
erman Club 11,12 Sec; Naturalists Club 1 1 - 
12; Office Mgr. 11; PE Ass't 11-12, Rifle 
Team 9-12; ROTC 9-12; Track 11-12; Year- 
book 10-12, Sports Editor 

PAFF, SALLIE ELIZABETH — IMC Ass't 9-12; 
Naturalists Club 1 2; Office Mgr. 1 1 - 1 2 

PAGE, NORMA 

PALMS, ANGELO R. 

PARROTT, GARY T. — Football 91 1 

PARROTT, SUSAN MARIE — Just Us 10; Nat- 
uralists Club 10; Powderpuff Football 12; Sci- 
ence Ass't 11; Yearbook 1 1-12; Z Club 1 1- 
1 2; Ouill and Scroll 

PARSONS, DANIEL J— DECA Club 12; Key 
Club 10; Naturalists Club 10; Soccer 10-11 

PASSWATER, JULIE ANN — Bowling league 
12; German Club 1 1; Just Us 10; Naturalists 
Club 10-12; Powderpuff Football; Science 
Ass't 11-12; Spanish Club 9; Yearbook 11- 
12;ZCIub 1112 

PATTON, JEFFREY H. — Computer Club 11; 
Drill Team 9-11; Folk Donee Club 9-12; Ger- 
man Club 9-12; Key Club 10-12; Naturalists 
Club 10; Radio Club 12; Rifle Team 9-12; 
ROTC 9- 1 2; Student Council 1 2 

PATTON, JENNIFER— Art Club 12; Drill 
Team 10; Folk Dance Club 10; German Club 
10-11; Naturalists Club 9; ROTC 9-12; Ger- 
man Dance Club 10-11; Science Asst. 

PAUL, PATRICIA ANN — Folk Dance Club 11; 
German Club 10-1 2; DE assistance 9-11; Stu- 
dent Council 1 1 1 Science Ass't 11-12 
PAULEY, STEVE W. — Bowling League 9-12; 
Football 9-10; Wrestling 9-10 

PAULY, JEAN MARIE— National Honor Soci- 
ety 11-12, Naturalists Club 10; Office Mess. 
11-12; Powderpuff Football 1 2; Science Ass't 
IO;ZCIub 12 

PENNYBAKER, STEVE L— Basketball 9-12; 
Letterman Club 10-12 
PETERSON, GWENDOLYN 
PETERSON, JUANITA 



S. Ostewig 








mh^L [ I <n 




Y. Petfigrew 




PETTIGREW, YOLANDA 

POINDEXTER, DAN R.— ROTC 10; Stage 
Craft 1 2 

POSLEY, DUANE— Basketball 9-11; Intromu- 
rals 12; Track 11-12 

POWELL, CHARLES LOUIS — Bowling League 
9- 1 0; Naturalists Club 1 0; Soccer 9-1 2 

POWELL, TIM A.— PE 9-1 2; Masory 

PRITCHARD, DAVID EARL 

RADER, WILLIAM DIRK— Chess Club 9, Natu- 
ralists Club 9- 1 1 ; PE Ass't 1 

REDDEN, SHARON L. 

REED, RONALD JEFFERY— Bowling League 
10-11; ICT Club 12; Intramurals 9; Naturals 
Club 10-11; Student Council 10-11 

REED, TERRY LEE— Baseball 910; Football 9- 
10; Naturalists Club 10; Soccer 9-12; Wres- 
tling 9- 10 




D. Posley 











T, Rittenhouse 





REID, PATRICIA 

REYNOLDS, MARK EDWARD — Cross Coun- 
try 9-1 1 ; ICT Club 1 2; Indoor Track Club 1 2; 
Letterman Club 10-12; Student Council 10- 
1 1; Track 9-10; Weightlifting Club 1 1 

RICHMANN, CATHY LYNNE— Naturalists 
Club 1 0; Office Mgr. 1 0- 1 1 , Spanish Club 9 

RICKEY, TIM 

RIFNER, VOLUE BRIAN — German Club 9-10; 
Key Club 11-12; Naturalists Club 10; Patriots 
on Parade 11-12; Radio Club 11-12, Stage 
Crew 11-12; Student Council 12; Thespians 
12 

RITTENHOUSE, TAMMI 

RIVERS, YVONNE YVETTE— Office Mgr. 1 1 ; 
Cheerblock 9; PE Ass't 1 2; Powderpuff Foot- 
ball 1 2; Track 9-1 2 

RIVES, AVERY E.— Musical 11-12 

ROAKE, LYNN 

ROBINSON, CHERYL 

ROBINSON, VIRGINIA LYNN— Cheerblock 
9, Naturalists Club 1 0; Speech Team 1 1 ; Stu- 
dent Council 9-12; Togetherness Club 10; 
Track 10-1 1; Volleyball 9 

RODMAN, MICHAEL PERRY— Baseball 9-1 2; 
Basketball 9-11; Key Club 9; Letterman Club 
11-12; Naturalists Club 10; PE Ass't 11-12 



ROUTON, JANICE L.— Mat Maids 9; Natu- 
ralists Club 10; Office Mgr. 9-12; Patriettes 
1 1 ; Powderpuff Foofball 1 2 

ROWE, DON A.— Football 1 1 , Key Club 10- 
12; Marching Band 9; Naturalists Club 10- 
12; PE Ass't 11-12; Pep Band 9-10; Student 
Council 9; Symphonic Wind 9-10; Track 1 1- 
12; Wrestling 9-11 

RUHMKORFF, K. 

RUSHTON, NANCY LYNN— Naturalists Club 
10-12; Office Mgr. 1 2; PE Ass't. 1112, Pow- 
derpuff Football 1 2; Track 9- 1 0, 1 2 

SANDEFUR, JACQUELINE ANNE— Cheer- 
block 1 0; Just Us 10-11; Office Mgr. 10-11; 
Powderpuff 1 2 

SANDERS, GERRY K.— Naturalists Club 11- 
1 2; Stage Crew 1 2 

SARGENT, JOE E. 




M. Reynolds 



C. Richmon 



R. Rickey 






J. Sandefur 



G. Sanders 



J. Sargent 



21 




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D. Shepard 



A. Simpson 





P. Smith 




M. Spongier 



T. Sparks 



V. Spoulding 




SCHANTZ, PEGGY A— IMC Ass't 9-12; 
Office Mgr. 9; Student Council 9 

SCHAUB, DEBRA GLEE— Bowling League 1 I- 
12; English Club II; Naturalists Club 10; 
Math Ass't. 12; Bowling Awards II; Nurse 
Ass't 1 2 

SCHROEDER, KAREN MARIE— Cheerleading 
10-12; Cheer block 9; Homecoming Queen 
Candidate; Naturalists Club 10-12; Powder- 
puff Football 1 2; Science Ass't 1 2; Student 
Council 9-10; Swimming Team 12 

SHAW, SANDY LEE— Concert Choir 10-12; 
Marching Bond 9-11; Marshallaires 11-12; 
Musicals 11-12; Office Mgr. 10-11; Patriots 
on Parade 10-12; Powderpuff Football 12, 
Student Council 9-10; Symphonic Wind 9-1 1; 
Thespians 1 2 

SHEARER, WALTER HAROLD— Jim Ned High 
School 9-10; Indianapolis Tech H. S. 11; 
Newspaper 1 2 

SHELTON, JOAN COLLEEN — Musicals 12; 
Naturalists Club 10,12; Newspaper 12; Soc- 
cer Club 9; Swimming Team 1 2; Track 10 

SHEPARD, DONNA J. 

SIMPSON, ANGELA MARIE— Shorthand 
Award 1 1 ; Spanish Award 9; Spanish Club 9 

SINDERS, RHONDA J. 

SIPES, PATRICIA JEAN — Cheerleading 9,1 1; 
Office Mgr. 9-11; Student Council 9-1 2 

SMITH, CHERYL D. 

SMITH, DEBRA S. 

SMITH, DYLAN L. 

SMITH, EDDIE L.— Barbershop The Flintones 
9-12; Concert Choir 10-1 2; Marshallaires 10- 
11; Office Mgr. 9; Patriots on Parade 9-11; 
Pep Band 10; Symphonic Wind 9-10 

SMITH, KEVIN LAWRENCE— ICT Club 12; 
Skating Club 10; Stage Production 9-11; Stu- 
dent Council 9 

SMITH, PENNY JO — Biology Ass't 11; Span- 
ish Club 11-12 

SMITH, TOM RICHARD — Bowling League 10, 
German Club 11-12 

SMITH, WILLA G. 

SMOOT, MARGARET L. 

SNOW, STEVEN EDWARD— Basketball 10; 
Bowling League 10; Football 9-1 2; Letterman 
Club 10-12; Marching Band 9-12; Musicals 
11-12; Naturalists Club 10-11; Orchestra 1 0; 
Patriots on Parade 11-12; Pep Band 9- 1 2 

SPANGLER, MARY K— Office Mgr. 9-1 2 

SPAULDING, VICKI M.— French Club 9; 
Intramurals Volleyball 9-10; Naturalists Club 
9-10; Office Mgr. 9-12, PE Ass't 11; Powder- 
puff Football 1 2; Spelunking Club 9 

SPIRES, LEE A. 

STADLER, JONI L.— Cheerblock 9; Marching 
Band 9-12, Office Mgr. 9-12; Pep Band 9-1 2 

STAPELKEMPER, REBECCA — Office Mgr. 9- 
12; Student Council 9-1 2 

STARK, GINGER LEE— DECA Club 9; Ger- 
man Club 9; Naturalists Club 9; Speech 
Team; Spelunking Club 9 

STARLING, MARSHA KAY 

STAUDT, MICHAEL L. — National Honor Soci- 
ety 9-12; Newspaper 10-12; Student Council 
10-11; Yearbook 10-12 

STEVENSON, DENISE ANN — G.A.A. Intra- 
murals 9- 1 2; Office Mgr. 9- 1 2 





L. Spires 



P. Sipes 







R. Stapelkemper 



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M. Starling 





STITT, LINDA L. 

STOTT, ANGELA RENEE — Honor Roll 1 2 

STROH, BRYAN ALLEN — Bowling League 9- 
I 2; Frosh Baseball 9 

STRUBEL, SHIRLEY 

STRUNK, STEVEN D— Football 9-10; Key 
Club 10-11; Latin Club 9-11; Letterman Club 
12, Quiz Team 10-12; Spelunking Club 9-1 1 ; 
Weightlifting Club 1 0-12. Wrestling 9-1 2 

STUBBS, ANITA — Art Club 10-11; Intramu- 
ral* 10; Office Mgr. 1 1 

STUBBS, RONALD 

SUTTON, JUDY 

SWINFORD, VICKI G. — Basketball 10; Natu- 
ralists Club 9- 1 2; Office Mgr 9- 1 0; Patnettes 
11; Powderpuff Football 12; Science Ass't 
1 1; Tennis 1 I ; Track 9-10 

TALLEY, MARGARET ELAINE — Intramurals 9- 
12; Latin Club 9-12; Office Mgr. 9-12; 
Patnettes 912; Student Council 9-12 






R. Thompkins 






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THOMAS, BILLY K.— Bowling League 9-11; 
Football 9; Naturalists Club 9-12; Soccer 
Club 9- 12 

THOMPKINS, ROBIN RENEE — Drill Team 10; 
Newspaper 9; Powderpuff Football 1 2; ROTC 
91 1 

THOMPSON, PENNY L. — Homecoming 
•76"; Office Mgr. 12; PE Ass't 10-12; Pow- 
derpuff Football 1 2; Track 9- 1 0; Volleyball 9- 
12 

TIPPIT, DENNIS K. 

TORAN, MILES — ROTC 9 

TRESTER, SHARALYN DAWN — Art Club 12; 
Naturalists Club 10-1 2; Office Mgr. 1 0; Pow- 
derpuff Football 1 2; Science Ass't 10-11; Stu- 
dent Council 1 1 

TROUTMAN, KELVIN LOUIS — Football 9-1 2; 
PE Ass't 10,1 2; ROTC 9-10; Track 10 

TROUTT, JEFFERY SCOTT — Noturalists Club 
10-12; Powderpuff Football Cheerleader 12, 
Science Ass't 11; Student Council 9-10; 
Wrestling 10 

TROWBRIDGE, TONY LEROY — Bowling 
League 9-12; Cross Country 9; Office Mgr. 
11 

TURNER, CAROLYN— German Club 10-12; 
IMC Ass't 10; National Honor Society 11-12; 
Naturalists Club 10; Quiz Team 12; Science 
Ass't 10-ll;ZCIub 11-12 

TURNER, STEVEN MICHAEL — Student Coun- 
cil 12 

UTTER, JONI G— English Club 11, Major- 
ettes 1 1 ; Naturalists Club 1 1 

VAN CLEAVE, SHARON 

VOLZ, FERN L. 

WAGONER, JEANETTE LEE— Concert Club 
9-12; Office Mgr. 9-12; Powderpuff Football 
12 

WALKER, TYWANDA 

WALLS, MARSHA DENISE— PE Ass't 9; 
Nurse Ass't 11-12 

WALTON, DEBRA 

WAMPLER, RENAUTA 

WARNER, BARBARA J. — Basketball 10 
11; Bowling League 12; Naturalists Club 9- 
1 1; Office Mgr. 9; Powderpuff Football 1 2 




P Thompson 



D Tippit 




T, Trowbridge 




R. Wampler 



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M Wertenberge 








D Whyde 




WARREN, TOM WILLIAM — Football 9; Ger- 
man Club 1 0; Student Council 1 1 

WEAVER, MARK WARREN — Baseball 9 10, 
Powderpuff Football Cheerleader 12, Foot- 
ball 9; Key Club 10; Letterman Club 11-12; 
Naturalists Club 9 12. Treas 11, Pres. 12, 
Science Ass t 11, Student Council 10 12, 
Wrestling 9 12 

WEIDMAN, RICHARD ALLEN — Key Club 1 1 ; 
Naturalists Club 10 12. Science Ass t 11-12; 
Student Council 10 

WELCH, ROBERTA JEAN— Naturalists Club 
10-12, Powderpuff Football 1 2; Science Ass't 



WELHOELTER. MARY THERESA — Concert 
Club 10, Concert Choir 11-12; Patriots on 
Parade 12; Science Ass't 1112 

WENGER, TIMOTHY E. 

WERTENBERGER, MARK H 

WESSEL, TAMMY LOU — German Club, Nat- 
uralists Club 

WHARTON, LARRY 

WHITACRE, JOHN D 

WHYDE, DOUGLAS RICHARD — Baseball 10- 
12, Basketball 10 12, Letterman 10-12, Nat- 
uralists Club 12, PE Ass t 10-11; Student 
Council 9-1 2 

WIGGINS, VICTORIA R. 

WILDRICK, DOUGLASS WAYNE — Student 
Council 1 1 

WILLARD, MARC ALLAN — Football 9, Intra- 
murals 1 0- 1 1 , Spanish Club 9- 1 

WILLIAMS, ANTHONY 

WILLIAMS. DONALD ERIC — Basketball 9-10; 
Football 10, Student Council 12, Weightlift- 
ing 10 

WILLIAMS, JAMES DANIEL — Concert Club 
11-12, French Club 11; Marching Band 12, 
Office Mgr 1 2; Pep Band 1 2, Trock 1 2 

WILLIAMS, KIMBERLY ANNETTE — Natural- 
ists Club 9-12; Powderpuff Football 12, Spe- 
lunking Club I 0; Student Council 9-1 2; Swim- 
ming Teom 12, Tennis 9,1 2 

WILLIAMS, LINDA J — French Club 9-10; 
Intramurals 10, Notional Honor Society 11- 
I 2, Naturalists Club 9-11. PE Ass't 1 1 . Pow- 
derpuff Football 12, Student Council 11; Z 
Club 10-12 

WILLIAMS, RITA M 








D Williamson 




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C Willmghan 




WILLIAMS, WENDOLYN KAY — IMC Ass't 9- 
10, National Honor Society 1112, Natural- 
ists Club 10; Z Club 

WILLIAMSON, DANNY R 

WILLINGHAM, CHERYL 

WILSON, MIKE E. 

WINTERS, WILLIAM W. 

WOLF, DONNA SUE — Computer Club II, 
Naturalists Club 9 12, Powderpuff Football 
1 2, Science Ass I 1112, Spelunking Club 9- 

1 1 

WOODFORK, SANDRA 

WOODY, JEAN A 

WORLEY, KATHY JO — DECA Club 12, 
Homecoming Queen Candidate; Mat Maids 
10; Naturalists Club 9-12, Patriettes 1011; 
Powderpuff Football 12 

WORMAN, TONI JANE — Ma|oreltes 11; 
Naturalists Club 10; Math Ass t 1 1; Student 
Council 9 




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G Young 



M Young 



P. Young 



YATES. MARK A 

YORK, MARTIN DANIEL 

YOUNG. GENEVA R. — Naturolists Club 1 1 
1 2, Powderpuff Football 1 2; Spanish Club 9 
10 

YOUNG, MICHAEL E — Naturalists Club 10- 
1 2, Newspaper 1112; Office Mgr 1 1 ; Sci- 
ence Asst 1112 

YOUNG, PAUL A. — Skating Club II, Track 
10 

ZUKOSKI, MICHELLE ANNE— Art Club 12; 
Homecoming Queen Candidate 12; Natural- 
ists Club 1112, Student Council 11-12; Z 
Club 11-12 



Top Ten Seniors 

Beth Gorman 
Elizabeth Dine 
Beverly Engelking 
Cathy Graves 
Beatrice Land 
Wendolyn K. Williams 
Michelle D. Brown 
Linda J. Williams 
Fern Volz 
Cynthia R. Donel 



Several seniors have failed to 
have senior portraits taken in time 
for them to appear in the 1 977 
Marhiscan; however, we would like 
to recognize them as members of 
the 1 977 graduating class. 
BRIAN J. ARRINGTON 
MARK BIDDY 
MARCUS BROWN 
ROGER BROWN 
DENISE R. BRYANT 
SHELL EL CARPER 
LINDA D. COOPER 
LINDA A. CRITTENDEN 



GAIL DANIEL 
DANITA DAVIS 
DANIEL C. DEVINE 
RICHETTA G. DRIVER 
GENARO EDISON 
DAVID M. FULTON 
DENNIS E.CARNER 
CLAYTON GLEASON 
KEITH A. GOOCH 
CAROLYN D. GORDON 
CHRISTOPHER GREGORY 
CLAUDIA M. GRIFFIN 
DAVID E. GUFFEY 
MICHELEL. HILL 
LISA A. KEITH 
CAROLYN KIPER 
RICKY A. KRESS 
KENNETH D. MAHAN 
LINDA ELDER MATTHEWS 
MICHAEL E. McCARTHY 
KEVIN E. McCOWAN 
MICHAEL MEDFORD 
RICHARD E. NOE 
TIMOTHY NOSTRAND 
ANTHONY PARKS 
VALERIE K. PENFOLD 
SEVELLAJ. PERRY 
MARKPHIPPS 
JEFFERY L. PROFFITT 
BERNIE REASOR 
DAVID A. RHODES 
ANTHONY ROSE 



DONALDS. ROSENOW 
DENNIS STEVEN ROWE 
DAVID M. ROWSON 
VALERIE SCOTT 
DANNY L. SEARS 
DIANE SHORTER 
ROBERT W. SILVAS 
ROBERT C.SKIRVIN 
GORDON SLAUGHTER 
CYNTHIA V.THOMPSON 
JEANNE R.TIPTON 
EDWARD W.TURENTINE 
TIMOTHY P. TYREE 
GWENDY VEA 
DEBORAH WALKER 
FREDERICK WARREN 
KENNETH M.WILLIAMS 
ERIC L.WILSON 
JAY G. WINTER 
KEVIN R. WITT 
MARTIN YORK 
GEORGE YOWELL 



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Making up 1 days of lost time 
through such programs as Opera- 
tion Catch-Up and Snow-Grow, try- 
ing to condense six weeks of the 
second semester into five weeks 
because the first semester had been 
lengthened a week and fighting 
winter flu and colds in a building 
which varied in temperature, 
became priority staff measures this 
year. The snow-clogged roads and 
50 degrees below zero wind chill 
will long be a topic of conversation 
as the winter of '77 set all kinds of 
cold snowy records. 

Virginia Esten birded in Ecuador 
and the Galopogos Islands, Randy 
Lamb lost his mustache to the Key 
Club Christmas Can Drive. The lan- 
guage department became a real 
memory-teaser as the faces kept 
changing. 

But the biggest 1 year "water 
mark" was the return of spirit to the 
school. The always-active club 
sponsors attracted more members. 
The hallway meetings of students 
were friendly and, of course, win- 
ning sectionals in baseball and bas- 
ketball helped build spirit. Math 
and reading scores at Marshall 
were above the city averages. Stu- 
dent and staff absenteeism 
improved. 

Dan Johnson had the first IPS 
student, Mark Gibbon, to qualify 
for certification from the Pittsburgh 
Testing Laboratory as an appren- 
tice welder. Brice Tressler's four 
German students were half of the 
total IPS students to qualify for the 
IU honors program. 





BOARD OF SCHOOL 

COMMISSIONERS — Seated: 
Walter Knorr, Dr. Mary E. Busch, 
William M.S. Myers. Standing: 
Fred Ratcliff, Mrs. Martha L. 
McCardle, Dr. James R. Riggs, 
Miss Patricia Welsh. 



FAITH ALFORD English, III 
JOHN ALLEN: Psychology, World Civili- 
zation; Butler 

DONALD AUSTIN: Counselor, Ball State 
HELEN BAILEY: Spanish, Latin, IU 
CYNTHIA BAKER: Art; Ball State 
LEMAR BARNETT Masonry 



LESTER BIVENS Government, US His- 
tory, Economics, U of Kentucky 
SARAH BOGARD Clothing, Homemak- 
mg, IU, ISU 

PATRICK BONFILS Biology; Purdue 
EDWARD BOPP: U.S. History, Urban 
Problems, Football Coach 
RAYMOND BRANDES: Music Dept. 
Head, Humanities, Orchestra, IU 
LINDA BREYER. English, Speech Club, IU 



ALBERT A BROWN: Book Store 

HAROLD BROWN: Aerospace, Auto 

Shop; Auburn, Alabama 

LEONARD BROWN: Physical Ed , Drug 

Ed., Health, Butler 

NEIL BRUMBAUGH: Biology; Ball State 

DAN BULLINGTON: Social Studies; IU, 

Hanover 

LARRY BURDICK: Social Studies, Ball 

State 



MARION BURLESON: Dean of Boys; But- 
ler 

LEORA CAMPBELL Secretary 
ROBERT CARR: Head of Math Dept.; IU 
MARJORIE CHRISTY: Counselor, IU, ISU 
DAVID L. CLAPP: Spanish, IU 
MARTIN COBLE: Construction Industries; 
ISU 



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BERNADETTE COLLIER: Counselor, Secre- 
tary 

LISA COLLIER: Budget Clerk 
BESSIE CONN: Business, Typing; Ala- 
bama, Butler 

MARTIN COOGAN: Math, Physics; Brad- 
ley University 

ROBERT CRAIG: Biology, Quiz Team, 
Earth Science; IU 

RICHARD CUMMINGS: Health, P.E., 
Wrestling; Indiana Central, ISU 



JOHN DEAL: Social Studies, Swimming; 

ISU, Butler 

NORMA DILLON: Chemistry, Biology; 

ISU, Butler 

GLORIA DOZIER: Ass't Dean of Girls, 

Bennett, Butler 

BARBARA DYKE: Data Processing 

JOANN DYKE: Evening School Office 

JOHN EASON: Social Studies; Indiana 

Central, Butler 



JANET EBERLE: Journalism, Yearbook, 
Newspaper, IU 
V. M. ELLOR: Algebra; IU 
VIRGINA ESTEN: Biology; Butler of Michi- 
gan 

GERALD FARRIS: Math; Butler, ISU 
EMMIT FAULKENBERG: Auto Body; ISU, 
IU 

CYNTHIA FEATHERINGS: Choral Direc- 
tor, Ball State, Butler 



JUDY FEE: Library Ass't 

MAX FORSYTH: Science; ISU, Purdue 

MARTHA FRANCIS: Child Development, 

Family Health, School Nurse; IU 

BARBARA FRAUHIGER: Basic Art I, Crafts, 

Crafts Adv. Textiles; IU 

JAMES GAITHER: Head of English Dept.; 

U of Chicago, U of Minnesota 

KEN GEORGE: Business Ed.; Ball State, 

Butler 



PERLA GHOLSTON: English; Barber-Sco- 
tia College 

TALITHA GILLESPIE: Business Ed., U of 
Evansville, Butler 

DON GLESING: Athletic Director, Social 
Studies; Ball State 
BRAD GOFFINET: Health; Butler 
IRVIN GRAVES: Government, U.S. His- 
tory; U of Evansville, IUPUI 
MARTHA GRIFFIN: Physical Ed. ; Western 
Kentucky U, IU 



JUNE GRUNDY: English; Ball State 

MARILYN HARDWICK: Dean of Girls; 

Butler, IU 

DAVID HARVEY: Government, Urban 

Problems; IU 

PAUL HAYES: Industrial Arts; ITC; IS, ISU 

Teachers College 

THOMAS M. HAYNES: Principal; Butler, 

Purdue 

BECKY HERTZ: Ass't Librarian, Library 

Experience; Hanover 



LOWELL HESTER: Metal Industries; Ball 

State 

CARL HINES: Math; Tennessee State U, U 

of Tennessee 

ANNA MARY HINTON: Accompanist for 

Music Dept. 

JANICE HOFTS: French; IU 

STEPHEN HUMPHREYS: Music; ISU, Ball 

State 

JERRY HURST: English, Dramatics; IU 



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SECURITY GUARDS— Tim Williams, Evelyn 
Gerhold and William Duncan. 



FRAN JACOBS: Library Ass't 
LINDA JAMES: English, Dramatics; Ken- 
tucky U 

MARILYN JOHANNESSEN: Head of 
Home Ec. Dept.; Purdue, Butler 
DANIEL JOHNSON: Vocational Welding; 
IUPUI 

RUTH JOHNSON: ROTC 
FRED JONES: Vice Principal; Ohio State 



PAUL JUSTICE: Electronics, Stage Man- 
ager, Stage Design; Ball State 
JAN KENNEDY: Career Guidance 
AILEEN LACKEY: Social Worker, IU 
TEREASA LAKE: Attendance Office 
RUSSELL LAMB: Zoology; Butler 
SHIRLEY LAMBERT: Physical Ed., Girls 
Athletics; IU, U of Bridgeport 



SUSAN LANGE: Foods, Clothing, Hous- 
ing; Purdue, Butler 

CAROLYN LUESSOW: Financial Office 
JOAN LEVINE: Registrar 
SANDRA LUCAS: Business Ed.; IU 
THOMAS MARENDT: Social Studies; 
Ohio State 

GEORGE McCOOL: Ass't Dean of Boys; 
IU 



VIRGINIA McDONALD: Head of IMC; U 

of New Hampshire 

MARIE McKELLER: Foods, Family Health; 

Butler, Indiana Central 

ERMA MILLER: Typing, General Business, 

Accounting, Business Ed.; Indiana Central 

RUTH NELSON: Head of English Dept. ; 

IU, U of III., Butler 

MARVOLEEN NICHOLSON: Spanish; IU 

ALAN NORRIS: Math; Illinois 



DAVID OTTO: Biology, Botany; Hanover, 
Miami S.U., Oxford, Ohio 
ROCHELLE OWSLEY: English; ISU, IU 
LYNN PALENIK: English; College of St. 
Teresa, Minn. 

MILDRED PARIS: Job Coordinator 
WILLIAM PENNINGTON: ROTC 
NICHOLAS PIPINO: Chemistry; Purdue 



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TED POLLACK: Head of Physical Ed. 
Dept.; IU 

JEAN POTTS: Business Ed.; Indiana Cen- 
tral, IU 

MARILYN PREVOST: Attendance Clerk 
GWENDOLYN REED: Math; Ball State 
EDWARD RING: Jewelry, Photography, 
Ceramics, Sculpture, Art Dept. Head; Ball 
State 

DAVID ROBERTS: Algebra, Computer 
Math; ISU 



BARBARA ROBERTSON: Business Ed.; 
Nichols St. U, La. 

JAMES RODEHEFFER: Vice Principal; 
Ohio State 

DAVID RUSSELL: Business, DECA ; IU 
PATRICIA SAHM: Typing, Shorthand, 
General Business; Indiana Central, IU 
BENJAMIN SANDERS: Counselor, Orien- 
tation; Wisconsin, Butler 
JOYCE SAUSSER: Social Studies; Indiana 
Central, IU 



ROGER SCHRODER: Head Basketball 
Coach, Senior Counselor; Franklin, Ball 
State 

CLIFTON SCOTT: Head Industrial Arts 
Dept.; Hampton Inst., Butler 
DWIGHT SHAW: Social Studies Head; 
Marian College, Butler 
ROD SHAW: Drivers Ed., Crafts; Earlham, 
Ball State 

GREGORY SHELTON: English; Butler 
BETTY SIMON: Home Economics; Univer- 
sity of Iowa 



MICHAEL SLABAUGH: Art, Ball State; 
Butler, John Heron 

DAVID SMARTZ: Business; Indiana Cen- 
tral, Butler 

DESMOND SMITH: Math; U of S. Dakota 
CLIFFORD SNYDER: Night School Direc- 
tor; ISU 

COLLEEN STANLEY: English; IU, Univer- 
sity of Southern California 
JAMES STOHLER: Power Mechanics; Ball 
State 



STEPHANIE SZYNAL: Math; Purdue 
JOYCE TELLSTROM: English; IU 
ROBERT TREMAIN: Biology; Indiana Cen- 
tral 

BRICE TRESSLER: German; Indiana Cen- 
tral, Ball State, Berletz School, W. Ger- 
many 

BARBARA UHRIG: Special Education,- But- 
ler 
ANTHONY UTLEY: Art; ISU 



TOM VANLIEU: Graphic Arts,- Indiana 
State 

JOHN VARDAMAN: Director of Guid- 
ance; Ball State 

JACK WEAVER: English; Ball State 
JANET WEAVER: Business Dept. Head; 
IU, Butler 

ROBERT WEAVER: Head of Science 
Dept.; Butler, Oregon U, U of California 
BEVERLY WILKINS: Special Education; IU 



BARBARA WILLIAMS: English; IU 
JACQUELYN WILLIAMS: Career Ed. 
Director; Oakland, Huntsville, Alabama 
NANCY WILLIAMS: English; Purdue, 
IUPUI 

JANE ZERBO: Reading Director, Discus- 
sion and Debate; U of Iowa, Butler 

Missing staff pictures include — M 
/Sgt. Bruce Blauvelt, Margaret 
Phillips, Leonard Prater, Greg 
Cook, Frank Thompson, Jack 
Davies. 




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CAFETERIA EMPLOYEES — Seated: Mary 
Weber, Linda Garza, Lena Colledge, Linde 
Baine, Hildreth Brandenburg, Donna Smith, 
Debra Denney, Dolores Englert, Ernestine 
Belcher, Jayne Schlegal. Standing: Roberta 
Hammond, Joan Baldwin, Imogene TeVault, 
Floyd Romack, Elizabeth Francescon, Mgr., 
Neva Tretter, Marianne Geisinger, Virginia 
Marsh, Pauline Hull, Frances Smith, Berdie 
Rafalco, Beverly VanderMeulen, Earna Mullins, 
Sandra Murray, Karen Brown and Blanch Esham, 
Ass't Mgr. 

CUSTODIANS — Bottom Row: Guy Bowen, 
Francis Thomas, Johnny Roberts, Ruth Evelyn 
Tooley, Howard Healy. Second Row: Howard 
Watson, Morph Williams, Franklin Hubbard, 
Carroal Pittman, Jimmy Middlebrooks. Top Row: 
Russell Germany, Archie Prime, William Duncan, 
Dennis McCray, David Edwards. 




ENGINEERS— Sit- 
ting: Jimmy Johnson. 
Standing: Sam 

Jones, Albert Crump- 
ton. 



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RADIO CLUB — Bottom Row: Vollie Rifner, Jeff Patton. Top Row: Robert Carr, Pat Murphy, Paul Justice. 




DECA CLUB — Front Row: Debbie Odell, Rita Long, Linda Mathews, Felita Bradford, Lisa Keith, Vickie Moore, Eric 
Boarman, Diane Dalziel. Second Row: Warren Day, Ginger Stark, Chris Connor, Kathy Worley, Jeff Henry, Andra 
Blackwell, Sandy Woodfork, David Guffey, Tony Parks. Back Row: Tim Rickey, Tammy Lloyd, Vickie Wiggens, Tami 
Rittenhouse, Edward Turentine, Annette McCord. Seated: Dan Parsons. 



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ORCHESTRA — Bottom Row: Mike Satterfield, Susan Eudaly, 
Dawna Weeks, Fred Soger, Ronette Vandeur. Second Row: Phyllis 



Jenkins, Lisa Browne, Angela Hacker, Robert Williams. Top Row: 
Lionel Butler, Robert Henderson, Tony Black, Wilbur Griffin. 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY— Bottom Row: Mr. Burleson, Coral 
Bennett, Beth Dine, Darren Harrison, Lisa Crawley, Mrs. Weaver. 
Second Row: Cathy Cox, Cynthia Donnell, Michelle Brown, Carolyn 



Turner. Third Row: Bev EngleKing, Raquel Mogollon, Carol Morris, 
Lisa Jacobson, Beatrice Land. Top Row: Steve Ostewig, Linda 
Williams, Jean Pauly. 



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MAT MAIDS — Top Row: Tami Prunty, Wanda Foster, Renee Mays. 
Middle Row: Terry Osterwig, Janet Skelley, Cheryl Miller, Mary 
Holden, Elaine Utter, Kathy Williams. Front Row: Sandy Emrick, 



Sherri Todd, Diane Goldman, Bev. Engleking, Karen Smith, Deann 
Barcus, Faith Blaydoe. 




JUST US — Top Row: Clinton Wade, DeAnn Cronin, Mike Walton, 
Mike McCarthy, Roxanne Larrison, Carolynn Turner. Front Row: 



Lynda Stucker, Sharon Hall, Linda Phillips, Joan Russell, Sherri 
Stuckey, Cheryl Ligon. 



SPEECH CLUB — Top Row: Jackie Pease, Mike Cheatham, Bonnie 
Stark, Carolyn Turner, Miss Breyer. Front Row: Prentice McCrackin, 
Tom Moore, LeeAnn Morris, Cathy Casey, Ledora Butler. 




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P.E. LEADERS — Bottom Row: Maria Sharkey, Carla Ailes, Lavella 
Phelps, Darla Forbis, Kim White, Kim Ailes. Second Row: Mark 
Anslow, Nancy Rushton, Penny Thompson, Betty Bateman, Maria 
Moore, Donna Taylor, Vicki Williams, Mr. Polack, Mr. Brown. Third 



Row: Mr. Cummings, Louis Norris, Jerry Bonebrake, Dan Schluge, 
Don Rowe, Gene Franklin, Dennis Johnson, Mark McKinley, Rickey 
Hoffman. Back Row: Mrs. Griffen, Mike Rodman, Robert Noeel. 




LATIN CLUB — Back Row: Tom Beechler, Jim Cutshaw, Danny White, Mike Chatman, Mrs. Bailey. Front Row: Terry Jones, Shelly 

Lesley, Lee Harman, Jerome Daziel, Rick Deardorff. Middle Row: Hamilton, Anitra Lane, Sheila Malone, Loan Kane, Felita Bradford. 

John Kuhn, Carrie Cookerly, Jeff Hull, Diane Wickmore, Betty 




KEY CLUB — Bottom Row: Steve Ostewig, Rod Hemmer, Brad 
Rowe, Jeff Mockbee. Middle Row: Mr. Otto, Vallee Rifner, Terry 
York, Dan Crouch, Robert Welch, Steve Preston, Joe Burns, David 
Kain, Rick Kress, Jeff Newman, Dan Utter. Back Row: Jim Huston, 



Robert Tarter, Ed Allseitz, Michael Shannon, Randy Denney, Scott 
Lutocka, Joe Emperly, Harold Pride, Keith Fairley, Brad Wilkie, Ron 
Morgan. 



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GERMAN BAND — Steve Snow, Gary Davis, Pat Cecil, Arvin Foreman, Bob Weaver. 




Z CLUB — Bottom Row: Patricia Montgomery, Cathy Graves, Bev 
Engleking, Julie Passwater. Second Row: Lynda Stucker, Peggy 
LaCroix, Beth Dine, Mary Crouch, Cindy Lutocka, Linda Brezausek, 
Karen Weaver, Jean Pauly, Kathy Dalton, Michelle Mattingly, Ann 
Landes, Coral Bennett, Cynthia Donnel, Linda Wiglien, Wendy 



Williams, Kelly Meyer. Third Row: Michelle Brown, Elaine 
Partridge, Karen Smith, Lisa Murphy, Cheri Hansen, Carol Morris, 
Lisa Jacobson, Debra Batey, Julie Bush, Martha Wright, Mrs. 
Hardwick. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL CABINET — Coral Bennett, Mike Bridges, Jack Mogollon, Kim Williams, David Owens. Back: Mr. Donald Austin. 

Edwards, Mike McCarthy, Jeff Mockbee, Gary Dorman, Raquel 



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ART CLUB — Back Row: Mr. Ring, Mike Shannon, Evernard Davis, 
Vicki Barbee, Chales Alums, Joan Kennedy. Middle Row: Mary 
Turner, Kathy Turner, Melinda Cox, Jenni Pato, Kris Kimmel, Beth 



Gorman, Mr. Slabaugh, Mr. Utley. Front Row: Jennifer Chatman, 
Gina Bush, Martha Wright, Terri Baker, Chris Hicks, Mrs. Frahiger. 




CHESS CLUB — Back Row: Mr. Weaver, Tom Long, Pete Riley, Harold Pride. Seated: Prentice McCrackin, Mark Sausser. 



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BATTALION STAFF— Front Row: Jeff 
Patton. Top Row: Steve Boehmer, Mike 
Cheatham, Joe Dale. 



RIFLE TEAM — Front Row: Steve Boehmer. 
Second Row: Jeff Patton, Charles Kain. 
Top Row: David Fulton, David Rowson, 
Joe Dale. 



COLOR GUARD — Front Row: Lyn Taylor, 
Darrel Davis, Ricky Wilson, Forest Stone, 
Steve Harris. Top Row: David Kain, 
William Boehmer, Wilber Griffin, Kevin 
McPherson. 




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THESPIANS — Top Row: Mr. Jerry Hurst, Janet Duncan, Brian 
Rifner, Brian Holmes, David Baker, Beatrice Land, Joe Emperly, 
Dan Devine. Bottom Row: Darren Harrison, Ron Morgan, Freda 



Hollingsworth, Robyne Venable, Rick Smith, Sandy Shaw, Beth 
Dine, Patsy McDowell, Laura Spires. 




GERMAN CLUB — Bottom Row: Carol Turner, Jennifer Patton, Patty 
Paul, Cindy Bales, Jeff Patton, Edith Speights, Rick Wampler. 
Second Row: Debbie Litsey, Tammy Miller, Robert Welch, Mary 
Turner, Martin Sharp, Sonja Chapman, Forest Stone, Kathy Turner. 
Third Row: Bev Venable, Robin Venable, Nikki Gentry, Angela 



White, Lisa Howard, Lawana Welch, Darcy Durham, Norman 
Gwaltney, Dan Rickey, Lyla Faulkner. Back Row: Mr. Tressler, 
Jackie Pease, Jean Woody, Andrea Litsey, Laura Litsey, Linda 
Litsey, David Smith, Lisa Murphy, John Russell, Ed Hoy, Mike Dye, 
Sherry Hansen, Roxanne Larrison. 



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REMEMBER? — Bottom Row: Richard Stoe, Gayle Byers, Marion 
Burelson (Just to remind everyone he has ears!), Clark Froning, 
Clarice Officer, Elaine Nelson, Janet Stafford. Second Row: Elaine 
Teeter, Albert Butler, Jean Usseler, Naom Winter, Melinda Davis, 
Mojo Hollowell, Dorothy Cederholm Graetz, Casimer Szynal. Third 
Row: Roland Dale, Patricia Clifford, Stephen Sachs, Charles Glore, 
David Greenburg, Bob Hinds, Millard Arnold. Fourth Row: Byron 



Cooper, Marny Olson, Clara Moran, Dan Meek, Patricia Knight 
Coffin, Judith Waugh. Top Row: Sharon Provart, Karen Paxson, 
Mike Thomas, Harry Sullivan, Joan Winter Waldman, Nancy 
Henry. 

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YEARBOOK — Bottom Row: Lynda 
Stucker, Pam Adams, Lisa Crawley, Brian 
Johnson. Second Row: Antoinette 
Mangine, Marcia Brown, Marcia Ahlefeld, 
Peggy Bates, Debbie Myer, Susan Parrott, 
Martha Wright, Mary Crouch, Marie 
Church. Top Row: Tammy Jent, Kathy 
Bronstrup, Brian Fanning, Marguerite 
Montgomery, Kathy Martin, Brenda Walls, 
Randy Fischer, Scott Worpell, Mark 
Sausser, Jeff Proffit. 





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NEWS BUREAU — Kathy Hawthorne, Marie McGillem, Lisa Jacobson, Sherry Todd, Sheryl Graves 



NEWSPAPER STAFF— Bottom Row: 
Business Manager Brian Johnson, Editorial 
Editor Joan Kane, News Editor Tom 
Browne, Editor-in-Chief Coral Bennett, 
Sports Editor Charles Jenkins and Feature 
Editor Diane Goldman. Second Row: 
Jackie Pease, Patricia Cromwell, Vickie 
Earley, Linda Brezausek, Tara Jones, Jill 
Stephenson, Jennifer Klutey, Cindy Bales, 
Dawn Summers, Julie Shepherd, Lesia 
Mitchell, Debbie Harner. Top Row: Julie 
Bush, Kathy Rickey, Linda Jones, Lynda 
Ragan, Michael Dye, David Shinkle, Jeff 
Proffitt, Steve Duncan, Rick Smith, Michael 
Cheatham. 




CHOIR — Bottom Row: Darren Harrison, co-president; Sandy Shaw, co-president; Brian 
Holmes, sargeant-at-arms; Beth Dine, secretary; Patsy McDowell, junior representative. 
Second Row: Mary Morgan, Mary Welhoeter, Daphne Coleman, Robin Venable. Third 
Row: Felita Bradford, Beverly Engleking, Sharon Edwards, Dotty Vincel, Elaine Day, 
Cindy Lutocka, Elizabeth Hall, Tami Prunty. Fourth Row: Laura Spries, Linda Weiglein, 
Colette Darling, Chrys Miller, Bonnie Stark, Cindy Ellison, Donna Adams, Janet Duncan, 
Kim Couse, Jo Burns. Top Row: Kenny Allegree, Curt McDowell, Jeff Mockbee, Warren 
Smith, Ed Alleitz, John McFarland, Eric Stepp, Bill DuVall, Ron Morgan, Gary Davis, 
Sandy Frye. 



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CONCERT CHOIR — Top Row: Tonya Greene, Betty Cripe, Lisa Reed, Denise VonAxelson, 
Mary Crouch, Elizabeth Rogers, LaDonna Mundy, Stacy Paff, Jill Hunt, Sandy Wright. 
Second Row: Mr. Brandes, Tina Hignite, Carol Rodgers, Linda Jones, Rhonda Smith, Daisy 
Wadlington, Glenda Gay, Kim Bernard, Cathy Burnam, Elizabeth Isaacson. Bottom Row: 
Theresa Burns, Lori Kaufman, Lillita Bridgeforth, Belinda Gorill, Lynett Birdsong, Damita 
Talley, Cindy Adams, Nina Smith, Edith Splights, Debbie Harner. 



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CHORUS — Bottom Row: Mr. Humphreys, 
John Adams, Jeff Pyles, Ricky Chrowning, 
Charles Burkos, Greg Williamson, Brian 
Martin, Anthony Hoskins. Top Row: 
Micheal Satterfild, Fred Sager, Reginald 
Shirley, Todd Dorman, James Dennis, Pete 
Riley, Victor Cash, Paul Douglas, Dwight 
Turner. 



LETTERMEN — Bottom: Mike McCarthy. 
Top: Larry Lynch, Scott Carder, Bruce 
Everett. 




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LIBERTY BELLES— First Row: Elaine 
Day, Kim Couse, Patsy McDowell, 
Bonnie Stark, Mrs. Featheringill. 
Second Row: Lisa Reed, Tami 
Prunty, Elizabeth Hall, Laura Spires. 
Third Row: Felita Bradford, Daphne 
Coleman, Dotty Vincel, Pam Adams. 





GLEE CLUB — First Row: Mary Goodman, 
Tina Hicks, Valerie Grant, Kathy Ridenour, 
Dulcinea Montgomery, Rhonda Fleming, 
Cathy Walters, Mrs. Cynthia Featheringill. 
Second Row: Becky Sluss, Chris Ailes, 
Marilyn Copes, Vickie Lynn Archie, 
Shannon Bryant, Vicki Gerber, Sharon 
Burgess, April Brown. Third Row: 
Stephanie Dodd, Rene Gutzmer, Linda 
Curry, Carolyn Gordon, Linda Crittendon, 
Anita Byard, Pam Stubbs, Elizabeth Bell, 
Terri Powell. 



FOOTBALL PATRIETTES— First Row: 
Debbie Barcus, Linda Todd, Charlotte 
Tabor, Alice Graat, Debbie Matheson. 
Second Row: Cindy Bales, Jill Hunt, 
Tami Downton, Rose Land, Lynne 
Royce. 




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QUILL AND SCROLL — Bottom Row: Diane Goldman, Marie Church, Joan Kane, Lynda Stucker, Linda Jones, Susan Parrot, Marsha Ahlefeld, 
Coral Bennett. Top Row: Martha Wright, Charles Jenkins, Tom Brown, Brian Fanning, Pam Adams, Lisa Jacobson, Mark Sauser, Julie 
Passwater, Lisa Crawley. 




SONS OF LIBERTY — Bottom Row: Rickey Leslie, Kenny Allegree, Baron Dunn, Bob Weaver. Second Row: Gary Davis, Charles Emory 
Robinson. Top Row: Ed Allseitz, John McFarland, Warren Smith, Sponsor Mrs. Cindy Featheringill. 



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MARCHING BAND AND PATRIETTES: Top 
Row — Jim Cutshaw, Chip Jacobs, Pat Cecil, 
Steve Snow, Scott Lutocka, Jimmy Graat. 
Second Row — Bob Weaver, Mark Profit, 
Micheal Satterfield, Scott Price, Dave 
Milander, Bill DuVall, Scott Justice, Dave 
Miller, Arvin Foreman, Bobby Hoffman, John 
Cutshaw, Bob Tarter, Mark Brown, Bob 
Simpson, Andrea Perry, David Diehl, Kathy 
Scott, Lisa Dorn, Ron Presswood, Tory 
Hayden, Randy Denny. Third Row — Steve 
Malone, Liz Hall, Linda Dyke, Tom Haden, 
Lisa Hayse, Eric Fentor, Carol Kiper, Marie 
McGillem, Cindy Lutocka, Susan Watson, 
Denise Haydock, Shelly West, Debbie Batey, 
Beth Lutocka, Jennifer Chapmen, Linda 
Ralston. Fourth Row: Rusty Davidson, Diane 
Rutherford, Carol Bryan, Renee Lacy, Kim 
Couse, Mary Morgan, Julie Rudd, Becky 
Sluss, Cindy Bader, Amy Cunningham. Fifth 
Row: Charolette Tabor, Terry Allen, Bebbie 
Barcus, Debbie Matheson, Cindy Bales, Alice 
Graat, Lynne Royce, Linda Todd, Stephen 
Humphreys. Sixth Row: Jill Hunt, Rose Land, 
Tammy Dowton, Rene Crocket. 



TWIRLERS — Top Row: Marty Sandefur, 
Debbie Hyde, Lisa Scott. Bottom Row: Tina 
Burkes, Denise VonAxelson, Debbie Cline. 




MARSHALLAIRES— Top Row: Bev 
Engleking, Curt McDowell, Sandy Shaw, 
Darren Harrison. Second Row: Ron 
Morgan, Linda Weiglein, Mark Brown, 
Beth Dine. Third Row: Cindy Lutocka, Gary 
Dorman, Michele Mattingly, Brian Holmes. 
Fourth Row: Brian Gibbons, Dane Paff, 
Janet Duncan, Dan Devine, Donna 
Adams. 



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LAMB'S ASSISTANTS — Bottom Row: Joan O. Kane, Val Inman, TREMAIN'S ASSISTANTS — Donna Wolf, Scott Lutucka, Becky Bailey, 
Roberta Welsh, Colleen Shelton. Top Row: David Baker, Tom Sherry Davidson, Louis Hawkins, Don Rowe, Bill Williams. 
Morris, Jana Greenwald, Mike Young, Mike Blaydoe. 




FORSYTH'S ASSISTANTS — Tracy Wray, Theresa DeVore, Scott WEAVER'S ASSISTANTS — Jimmy White, Tony Anderson, Rick 
Carder. Weidman, Bill Thomas, Ken Novotny, Randy Swineford. 




BRUMBAUGH'S ASSISTANTS— Linda Williams, Brumbaugh, 
Karen Smith, Ann Schrontz, Lynda Stucker, Marcia Rose, Keith 
Fairley. 



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CRAIG'S ASSISTANTS— Randy Swineford, Marcia Brown, Dennis PIPINO'S ASSISTANTS— Bill Mitchell, Jenny Pattern, Bill Boehmer, 
Garner. Charles Leakas. 




OTTO'S ASSISTANTS — Jim Houston, Patty Paul, Susan Eudaly, Dan ESTEN'S ASSISTANTS — Bottom Row: Robert Welch, Theresa 
Crouch, Randy Denny. Jones, Aaron Boyd. Second Row: Sally Nichols, Lesia Mitchell, 

Linda Taylor, Cindy Bader, Tim Goff. Top Row: Sonya Chapman, 

Lynda Ragan, Dana Auther. 




FORSYTH'S ASSISTANTS — Bottom Row: Steve Stemshorn, Patricia 
Bowles, Terry York, Mike McCarthy. Top Row: Ricky Kress, Roger Stitt, 
Forsyth. 



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FRENCH CLUB — Bottom Row: Jackie Kaufman, Jerri Foster, Sherry Harris, Pam Lloyd. Top Row: Brad Wilkie, Jerry Lepskin, Kathy 
Hawthorne, Marie McGillem, Mrs. Ruth Nelson. 




HOME EC CLUB — Bottom Row: Sally Nichols, Yuette McClure, Lori Abbott, Jo Williams. Middle Row: Kim Wert, Ella Richardson, Sherry 
Clardy, Debbie Sutton, Lisa Sager. Top Row: Demita McEwen, Michelle Huggins, Julie Brown, Sandra Keith, Susan Lange. 



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BICYCLE RAFFLE WINNERS— Billy Arnold, 
Barb Warner, Kim Williams, Teresa 
Adams. 




HISTORY CLUB — Bottom Row: Renee Lacy, Kim Couse, Mike Lines, 
Mike Walenga. Second Row: Craig Powell, Lisa Hayes, Shelia 
Malone, Cindy Martin, Carole Terry, Sandy Gayheart, Barbie 



Mobley. Top Row: Paul Winship, Kelly Stoe, Ellen Bowling, Bettye 
Boteman, Tom Hayden, Pam Lloyd, Linda Brezausek. 



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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS— Front: Elaine Houck. Second Row: 
Steve Shephard, Dorcas White, Mike Medford. Third Row: Dane 
Paff, Ron Morgan, Mark Weaver. Fourth Row: Sheila Malone. Fifth 



Row: LeeAnn Miller, Cathy Graves, Karen Schroeder. Top: Debbie 
Fontana. 




JV CHEERLEADERS— Tina White, Tonya Hudson, Vicki Williams, 
Shelly Hasket, Donna Taylor, Monique Waters. 




FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS— Cathy Wampler, Janelle White, 
Karen Ginger, Diane Swineford, Tina Schubart, Lisa Greenwald, 
Michele Walker. 






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VARSITY BASKETBALL — Front Row: Manager Rod Hemmer, Steve 
Pennybaker, Geno Franflin, Mike Rodman, Doug Whyde, Norman 
Broadus, Manager Rick Crest. Top Row: Coach Lester Bivens, Mike 



Bridges, Kevin Jones, Pancho Wright, Greg Holman, James De 
Graphenreed, Manager Tracy Black, Coach Roger Shroder. 




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J.V. BASKETBALL — Front Row: Danny Stevens, James Fish, Willie 
Owens, Marcus Dunlop, Mike Johnson, Andres Karklins, London 
McBride. Back Row: Reggie Schaffer, Danny Lesslie, Jim Houston, 

FRESHMAN BASKETBALL— Bottom Row: Joe Lee, Doug Windle, 
Kenneth Smith, Bruce Jones, Scott Carroll, Juan Jackson, Scott 
Holden, Adrian Lee. Top Row: Robert Davids, Efren Edmondson, 



James Jenkins, Robert Donel, Kevin Vawterman, Greg Shelton, 
Coach Lester Bivens. 

Doyle Brooks, Orlando Matthews, Brent Vanduzen, Stephen 
Williams, Eddie Parrott, Coach Irvin Graves. 





J.V. BASKETBALL — Bottom Row: Mary DeVore, Toni Stroh, Lisa 
Browne, Linda Curry, Khristy Deer. Top Row: Coach Szynal, Vicky 



Carly, Beth Lutocka, Jill Novotny, Cathy Casey, Joy Gibbon, Becky 
Dickey. 




VARSITY BASKETBALL — Bottom Row: Laura McFarland, Joan 
Kane, Rita Taylor, Maureen Lawley, Sue Napper. Top Row: Coach 
Shirly Lambert, Linda Dyke, Julie Bush, Missy Opel, Linda 



Christensen, Sue Erickson, Diane Casey, Manager Patricia 
Montgomery. 



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SKATING CLUB — Top Row: Larry 
Sowell, Clinton Wade, President 
Ramon Morrison, Micheal Simmons, 
Rod Mastor. Middle Row: Pam Pinner, 
Sevella Perry, Dianna Hall, Lenee 
McGill, Sandy Featheringill, Jamey 
Taylor, Angela White, Mike 
Featheringill. Bottom Row: Paul Payne, 
Cathy Vocrhees, Debbie Pitman, Van 
Masor, and sponsor Lemar Barnett. 

GIRL'S DRILL TEAM — Top Row: 
Adrienne Weathers, Joyce Lee, Krystin 
Rauson, Katrine Kennedy, Tamy Smith. 
Bottom Row: Tanya Davis, Joy Gibbon. 



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Above: VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY— Front Row: Tom Carlson, David 
Keaffaber, Morris Miller. Back Row: Coach Greg Cook, Tom Morris, 
Mark Sausser, Greg Arnold, Kurt McDowell, John Kuhn. 



Above: JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY— Front Row: Scott 
Justus. Middle Row: Paul Rifner, Bruce Baldridge, Chip Jacobs, 
Peter Rifner. Back Row: Coach Greg Cook, Don Inman, Alex Busto, 
Chris Rudicel. 



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Above: GOLF — Front Row: Gary Williams, Kevin Russel, John Fisher, Kent Vonburg, Brad Wilkie. Second Row: Doug Reed, Jay Cain, Mark 
Utter, Coach Dave Smartz, Scott Warpell, Tom England. 




GERMAN EXCHANGE STUDENTS— Tamara Crawley, Cathy Scott. 




PUBLICATIONS PHOTOGRAPHERS— Bottom Row: Randy Fischer, Lynda 
Stucker, Quentin Simmons, Jeff Trester, Rudy Williams. Top Row: Rick 
Smith, Greg Taylor, Steve Jones, Julie Shepherd, Julie Passwater, Mark 
Bristow. Missing: Joan Kane, Jeff Henry, Brian Bock. 



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FACULTY SOFTBALL TEAM— Kneeling: Martha Griffen, Umpire 
Marion Burleson, Patricia Sahm, Linda James, Elizabeth Thompson. 
Standing: Cindy Baker, Joyce Tellstrom, Janet Eberle, Coach Ken 
George, Shirley Lambert, Karen Paxton. 



SENIOR SLUGGERS — Kneeling: Donna Downton, Barb Miles, Pam 
Mayor, Monica Schuge, Valena Keys, Jeanne Rumple, Shirley 
Uhlenhake, Vicki Shipp, Karen Kennedy, Kathy Drake. Standing: 
Coach Bob Hinds, Pam Buckallew, Kelly Kingsly, Phyllis Morgan, 
MaryBeth Steiner, Sandy Novotny, Becky Jones, Elaine Toney, 
Karen Gouns, Karen Welch, Kelly Cookerly, Coach Dan Meeks. 




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VARSITY BASEBALL — Bottom Row: Kevin Gofinet, Stan Breeden, 
John Henry, Mike Rodman, Tom Carder, Elliot Jacobs, Doug 
Whyde, Mark Steiner, John Featheringil. Top Row: Manager Dane 



Paff, Mike Schaub, Bob Baker, Russel Dorsey, Pat Mayfield, Mark 
Vandermulen, Stan Stevens, Curt Guldner, Coach Bob Tremain. 




JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL— Bottom Row: Steve Thomas, Mark 
McKinley, Ken McCarthy, Joe Devore, Chris Pritchett, Dan Shluge, 
Don Stockhoff. Top Row: Coach Brad Goffinet, Dennis Johnson, 



Tom Clements, Tim McCoy, Scott Carder, Jeff Gosnell, Steve 
Rodman. 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL — Bottom Row: Dane Paff, Bob Bultman, 
Kelvin Troutman, Kent Horste, Bill Brammell, Derek Paff, Mark 
Pack, Mike McCarthy, Pat Mayfield, Keith McCoy, John Barrows, 
Arvill Dillon, Steve Snow. Second Row: Dean Skelly, Tim McCoy, 
Bobby Jackson, Maris Karklins, Thomas Henry, David Owens, 
Kenny Pompey, Dan Schluge, Scott Carder, Russel Dorsey, Emery 
Robinson, Brian Duncan, Doug Paff. Third Row: Jeff Newman, 
Greg Holman, Dan Crouch, Scott Moore, Jim Cross, Thomas 



Bailey, Keith Jones, Jerry Hawkins, Robby Newell, Danny Lesseley, 
Jeff Bowlby, Tom Browne, Mike Furlani. Fourth Row: Marcus 
Collins, Mike Sutton, Brad Gough, Kent VonBurg, Steve Ford, Louis 
Norris, David Shinkle, Larry Willan, Ray Shepard, Dave Williams. 
Fifth Row: Sam Robinson, Cornelius Henry, Jim Fish, Ebenard 
Davis, Ernest Muse, Bruce Baldwin, Scott Moore, Andres Karklins, 
Ricky Hartman. Top Row: Michael Shannon, Ed Bopp, Tom 
Marendt, Richard Cummings, Lenny Brown. 




FRESHMAN FOOTBALL — Bottom Row: Keith Irvine, David Jordan, 
Mike Jarosinski, Doug Windle, Doug Herr, Jay Davis, and Scott 
McCurry. Second Row: Gary Strubel, David Bartholomew, Randy 
Landford, Paul Hammond, Matt Schimgem, Stephen Williams, 
Eddie Parrott, Brian Ervine, Jim White. Third Row: Gerald Wade, 



Issac Hatcher, Mark Jarosinski, Richard Wilcox, Robert Henderson, 
Eddie Lessley, James Stribet, Bernie Fillenworth, Paul Huston, 
Arnold Jackson, Jeff Shriver. Top Row: Coach Les Bivens, Wayne 
Bradford, Eddie Quintero, Tim Dougherty, Chales Sicking, Greg 
Moffitt, Joe Mesianna, Wayne Clark, Coach Bob Tremain, Coach 
Lenny Brickens. 



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Above: BOYS TRACK — Bottom Row: Richard Washington, Donnie 
Rowe, Louis Norris, Tom Morris, Randy Moore, Steve Coleman, 
Alan Cooper, Tom Carson, Kevin Vardiman, Keith Haskins, David 
Griswald. Second Row: Coach Dan Meek, Michael Pollard, Derek 
Paff, Richard Wampler, David Keaffaber, Scott Lutocka, David 
Dixon, James Degraphenreed, Otis Bledsoe, Mark Pack, David 



Weaver, Mike Arnold. Third Row: Coach Lester Bivens, Coach 
Michael Slabaugh, Scorekeeper Linda Skelly, Prentis McCrackin, 
Clayton Chalupa, Terry Lolly, Don Russel, Harold Russel, Mike 
Svab, Don Inman, Greg Arnold, Chuck Leakes, Curt McDowell, 
Charlie West. 



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Betty Bateman, Tonette Johnson, Lynn Robinson, Debbie Young, 
Anctra Lane. Second Row: Julie Bush, Monique Waters, Janice 
Jackson, Valary Grant, Michelle Chatman, Joni Kuhn, Lavella 
Phelps, Tonya Slaughter, Kim White, Kim Hudson. Third Row: 
Barbara Miles, Becky Napper, Susie Napper, Diane Wickware, 

Below: GIRLS TENNIS — Bottom Row: Brenda Walls, Shiela 
Malone, Linda Stucer, Linda Skelly, Joan Kane, Karen Goins. 
Second Row: Coach Karen Deitz, Shirley Pride, Patricia 



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Penny Christensen, Sherry Starks, Cindy Adams. Fourth Row: 
Coach Bob Hinds, Melissa Opel, Yvonne Rugs, Vita Forte, Kathy 
Browne, Valena Keys, Diane Christensen, Leigh Ellen Ramer, Coach 
Martha Griffin. 



Montgomery, Linda Arnold, Linda Christensen, Renee Lacy, Karen 
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VARSITY VOLLEYBALL— 
Bottom Row: Betty Baldwin, 
Tina Knapp, Linda 
Christensen, Linda Dyke. 
Top Row: Sue Erickson, 
Robin Bryan, Sue Napper, 
Penny Thompson, Coach 
Shirley Lambert. 




JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL— Bottom Row: Cheryl Graves, Lisa 
Brown, Toni Stroh, Becky Napper, Linda Curry. Top Row: Diane 
Casey, Kathy Wever, Trisha Montgmery, Mona Cox, Karen Wever, 
Beth Lutocka, Dawn Forbis. 



SOCCER — Bottom Row: Kevin Strunk, Archie Root, Greg Shelton, 
Ricky Hartman, Bill Thomas. Middle Row: Darren Harrison, Jim 
Hammond, Kenny Williams, Harold Jensen, Ken Novotny. Top 
Row: Keith Fairly, Tom Johnstone, Mike Arnold, Randy Hartman, 
Terry Reed. 



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Williams. Top Row: Coach Richard Cummings, Nick Turtle, John Kuhn, Jeff Baldridge, Kevin Clark, Steve Shephard, Manager Dean Skelley, 
Coach Gerald Farris. 

JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING— Bottom Row: Steve Hicks, Ray Shepard, Dan Schluge, Michael Shannon, Keith Jones, Wayne Clark, Emory 
Robinson. Top Row: Coach Bob Tremain, John McCoy, Bill Newell, Gary O'Dell, Bob Bronstrup, Pete Gutierrez, Kevin Clark, Tom DeVore, 
Coach Gerald Farris. 

FRESHMAN WRESTLING — Bottom Row: Matt Schlimgen, Arnold Jackson, Larry Smith, Tom Medford, Charles Sicking. Second Row: Roger 
Davis, Paul Huston, Keith Jones, Wayne Clark, Steve Malone, Mike Lines. Top Row: John McCoy, Bill Newell, Coach Bob Tremain, Bob 
Bronstrup, Don Hyde, Mark Jarosinski. 



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6349 N. Guilford 

Indpls., Ind. 

46220 

In Broad Ripple 

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san angelo. texas 76901 

telephone. 915 949-3776 







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By LORRAINE 

7935 East 30th Street 
545-3184 




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Indianapolis, Indiana 




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CONGRATULATIONS! 

You, the class of 1977, have reached an important 
goal in your lives— the completion of high school. 

Whatever your plans for the future, we at RCA know 
your many hours of conscientious studying will serve 
you well in the years to come. 

Our warmest congratulations and best wishes to each 
of you. 

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An equal opportunity employer 



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RESERVE 

OFFICERS 

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Washington Square has more stores to serve you than any other 
shopping mall in Indiana. 

We have 4 major department stores and 121 specialty shops to fill 
your every shopping need. And there are 7000 free parking 
spaces. 

In addition to convenience, we think our mall is one of the most 
beautiful you'll find, with its eight cascading waterfalls, live tropi- 
cal plants, colorful decor and comfortable rest areas. 

We want your shopping visit to Washington Square to be a pleas- 
ant experience, and we hope you'll come back often. 




3 Minutes East of I-465 on E. Washington St. 
Hours: Mon-Sat. 10-9, Sunday Noon-5:30 



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MaLinda & Joy's 

Plant 
Paradise 

3843 Mitthoeffer Rd. 
897-7676 



"We rent plants for al 
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ABDELMALEK 

SPACEAGE TV & RADIO SERVICE 

WARRANTY SERVICE ON MANY NAME BRAND TV's AND STEREOS 



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ON ANY MAKE OR MODEL 

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Weightlifting helps many ath- 
letes such as those in football, 
swimming and baseball. Other 
sports also require muscle stretch- 
ing and strengthening. Marshall 
students lift weights under the 
supervision of trained instructors. 
The weight room is presently 
located in a storage room over the 
gym. Pressing weights, doing leg 
lifts and snatch and jerk exercises 
are part of the instruction. Lifting 
weights help put "muscle meat" 
not "fat" on Marshall athletes. 




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Abbott, ton A 91, 150 

Abel, Sara 81 

Abney, Lisa D. 81 

Ackermon, James P. 81 

Ackerman, Wendy 5. 101 

Ackles, Anthony F 81 

Acton, Michael J. 81 

Adams, Candy K 91 

Adams, Cynthia R. 91, 143, 161 

Adams, Dane I 81 

Adorns, Donna M. 101, 143, 147 

Adams, John J. 81, 144 

Adams, Pamela J 142, 146 

Adams, Tarita I, 81 

Agee, Gregory R. 91 

Agee, Terry J. 101 

Ahlefeld, Marcia J. 101, 142, 146 

Ahlefeld. Richard B, 81 

Ahrens, Larry 81 

Ailes, Carlo D. 135 

Ailes, Christy 91, 145 

Aitken, Pamela E 81 

Ailes, Kimberly L. 101, 135 

Akles, Don W 101 

Akles, KimS. 91 

Alchm, Steven C. 81 

Alcorn, Larry K 101 

Alcorn, Sandra L 91 

Alderson, Kelly J. 81 

Alderson, Kevin J 81 

Allegree, Kenneth W. 1 43, 1 46 

Allegree. Sandy D. 101 

Allen, Alice F. 81 

Apley, Lawrence 81 

Archie, Vickie L 101, 145 

Armour, Theresa A, 81 

Arndt, SaraM 101 

Arnold, Billy B. 91, 151 

Arnold, DeborahS. 81 

Arnold, Gregory L. 91, 156, 161 

Arnold, Jeffrey 81 

Arnold. Mark A 101 

Arnold, Michael T 91, 162 

Arnold, DeonM 91 

Arnold, Michael E. 81 

Arnold, Suzanne M. 101 

Arthur, Dana E. 101, 149 

Atkins, Marci 81 

Atkins, Michelle A 81 

Atkins, Wiletta N 91 

B 

Bader, Cynthia M. 101,147,149 

Bailey, Darren J. 89 

Bailey, Rebecca Jo. 148 

Boker. Cindy L 81 

Baker, David P. 77, 139, 148 

Baker, Darryl 101 

Baker, Dewayne 81 

Baker, James 81 

Baker, Janice M, 81 

Baker, JeanetteE. 101 

Baker, Regma L.91 

Baker. Robert T. 12, 101, 159 

Baker, Terr, L. 91, 137 

Baker, Thomas 101 

Baldndge, Bruce N. 81, 156 

Baldndge, Jeffrey 163 

Baldwin, Bruce E 91, 160 

Bales, Cynthia A, 91, 139, 142, 145, 

147 
Ball, DorriaL. 81 
Bankhead, Cordia L. 101 
Bansboch, Elizabeth A. 101 
Borbee, Vickey L. 91, 137 
Barcus, Deonn L. 101, 134, 151 
Barcus, Debra J. 36,91, 145, 147 
Barkdull, Mitchell A. 81 
Barkdull, Shelley L. 101 
Barnard, David B. 81, 101 
Barnes, Andrea J. 81 
Barnes, Mitchell L. 91 
Barnes, Robin K, 101 

Barnett, Monica S. 81 

Barnett, Sabnna E. 81 

Barrows, John M. 160 

Bartholomew, David A. 81, 160 

Bartlett, Michael J. 91 

Bosler, Edward A. 81 

Bateman, Betty e A. 101, 135, 161 

Bates, Grace E. 91 

Bates, Peggy L. 101, 142 

Batey, Debra J 101, 136, 147 

Bauer, Bruce K. 91 

Baxter, Vincent D. 101 

Beck, Kelley L. 81 

Beechler, David M. 81 

Beechler, Tom A. 101, 135 

Bell, Elizobeth M. 45,91 

Below, Ladonna J. 91 

Bennett, Coral E. 133, 136, 137, 142, 
146 

Bennett, Debra K. 91 

Bennett, Jeffrey P. 101 

Bennett, Lisa E. 89 

Bennett, Sharon A. 91 

Bennett, Walter D. 81 

Beriault, Arthur 72 

Bernard, Kimberly A. 91, 143 

Berry, Christopher U. 81 

Berry, James A. 81 

Berry, Randall T. 81 

Berry, Robert L. 35,91 

Biddy, Jonathan L. 81 

Bills, Dewayne K. 91 

Bingham, Jerry A, 89 

Birdsong, Lynnette M 91 , 1 43 

Birkla, Joseph A. 81 

Bishop, Brian K. 101 

Bishop, Jerry M. 91 



Black, Tracy 72,91, 153 

Black, William A. 81 

Blackard, Laura L. 81 

Blackburn, Darrell 91 

Blackburn, Kenneth A. 101 

Blockwell, AndraO. 132 

Blackwell, Anthony R. 91 

Blockwell, Sherry G. 91 

Blakeslee, Daniel E. 81 

Blanchard, Alan F. 81 

Blaydoe, Fo.th L. 101, 134, 151 

Blaydoe, Kimberly L 35, 91 

Blaydoe. Michael O 148 

Blunt, Karl E 91 

Boarman, Eric A. 132 

Boatman, Kenneth A 101 

Boehmer, Steven L. 138 

Boehmer, William A. 101, 138, 149 

Bonebrake, Dennis L. 101 

Bonebrake, Jerry D. 135 

Bonebrake, Brendo S 81 

Bordenkircher, Rebecca A. 5 

Bottorff, Chen 91 

Boss, Carolyn 101 

Boughlon, David L. 91 

Bowens, Richard E. 81 

Bowles, Patricio A 101, 149 

Bowlby, Jeffrey D. 9 1 , 1 60 

Bowling, Angela M. 81 

Bowling, Ellen J. 81, 151 

Bowman, Billy M. 101 

Bowman, Riva A. 89 

Boyd, Aaron 101, 149 

Boyd, Thelma L 91 

Boyer, Debbie S 81 

Boyer, Kathy J 101 

Boyer Jr Ronald E. 81 

Brodford, Felita R. 132, 135, 143 

Bradford, Monica R. 91 

Bradford. Patricia 81 

Bradford. Wayne A. 81, 160 

Bradshaw, Barbara A, 89 

Bradshaw, Kathy C. 81 

Bradshaw, Roger A. 101 

Brammell, Susan M. 91 

Bramell, William J. 66, 67, 1 60, 1 63 

Brangan, David W. 81 

Brazzel.RusselN. 81 

Breaziel, Mary L 101 

Brennan, Brandon J. 101 

Brewer, Robert L. 91 

Brew.ngton, Clifford L. 81 

Brewington, Lucinda 101 

Brewster, Beverly A. 81 

Brezausek, Linda M 91, 136, 142, 151 

Bndgeforth, Lillita I. 101, 143 

Bridges, Michael W. 137, 153 

Briggs, Nancy J. 81 

Bright, Cynthia 81 

Bright, David E. 101 

Br.stow, Mark A. 101 

Broadus, Norman E, 62, 64, 1 53 

Broodus, Teresa A. 91 

Bronsrup, Kathy L. 101, 142 

Bronstrup, Robert G. 81, 163 

Brooks, Bruce E. 81 

Brooks, Clifton E 91 

Brooks, David L. 81 

Brooks, Doyle L. 81, 153 

Brooks, Lindo S. 81 

Brown, Amy I. 81 

Brown, April 101, 145 

Brown, Charlotte L. 81 

Brown, Delores 81 

Brown, Janetta L. 81 

Brown, Judy 81 

Brown, Julie E. 81, 150 

Brown, Kenneth L. 91 

Brown, Marcia K. 1 01 , 1 42, 1 49 

Brown, Marcus 101 

Brown, Loretta S. 91 

Brown, Lois M. 101 

Brown, Mark E. 9,91, 147 

Brown, Michelle D. 133, 136 

Brown, Rick 89 

Brown, Serrita 91 

Browne, Lisa S. 9, 91, 154, 162 

Browne, Thomas R 1 01 , 1 42, 1 46, 1 60 

Browning, James D. 91 

Browning, Michael D. 101 

Browning, Mitchell E, 101 

Bruner, GmaL. 91 

Bruning, Lori A. 91 

Bryon, Carol L. 17,91 

Bryant, Glenn 101 

Bryant, James Q. 91 

Bryont, Janice M. 81 

Bryant, Robbin 42, 162 

Bryant, Robert A. 91 

Bryant, Shannon K. 145 

Bryant, Willie M. 91 

Buell, Willard O. 81 

Bultman, Robert E. 101, 160 

Bumpas, Ronald L. 81 

Bunker, Donald D. 91 

Burch, Randall 91 

Burdette, Andrew M. 81 

Burgess, Margaret E. 81 

Burgess, Sharon D. 91, 145 

Bulk, Patricia A 81 

Burkes, Charles 81 

Burkes, Tina M. 36, 101, 147 

Burkett, Jacqueline L. 91 

Burleson, Jay S. 72,91 

Burnam, Cathy L. 91, 143 

Burnell, James 91 

Burns, Joseph G. 101, 135, 143 

Burns, Theresa K. 91, 143 

Burrus, Anita C. 101 

Burton, Timothy W. 81 

Bush,Gino91, 137 

Bush, Julie R. 91. 136, 142, 161 

Busto, Alejandro 91, 156 

Butler, Darleen 82 



Butler, Donald L. 91 
Butler, Johnnie M. 101 
Butler, Ledora 101, 134 
Butler, Lionel 82 
Buttrum, Robin C. 101 
Byard, Anito L. 91, 145 
Byrd, Brenda F. 91 
Byrd, Robin L 101 
Byrd, Rochelle91 



Code, ldello82 

Cain, Jay E, 156 

Calhoun, Benito 82 

Campbell, Judy L. 82 

Cannon, Jerod J. 82 

Cannon, Leisha F. 82 

Carder, Darlene M. 82 

Carder, Marlene K. 82 

Carder, Scott W, 101, 144, 148, 159, 

160 
Cardwell, Monica A. 82 
Carroll, Patrick H. 82 
Carroll, Scott A. 153 
Carson, Thomas H. 91, 156, 161 
Carte, Mark A, 77 
Cortwright, Randall L. 91 
Casey, Diane 42, 101, 162 
Casky, Brent D, 82 
Casky, MoniqueL. 82 
Castor, Trace J. 90,91 
Cathey, Shoron D. 82 
Caudill, Trese A. 89 
Cazores, Robert 91 
Cecil, Noel P. 9, 101, 136, 147 
Chalupo, Barbara E. 101 
Chalupa, Clayton K. 161 
Chalupa, Helena R. 91 
Chandler, Torio 91 

Chapman, Jennifer S. 73, 82, 1 37, 1 47 
Chapman, Michelle A. 161 
Cheatham, James W, 92 
Cheatham, Michael J. 102, 134, 138, 

142 
Cheerleading 
Chenoult, Anthony 92 
Chenoult, Steven M, 92 
Chess Club 137 
Chilcote, Cynthia L. 82 
Chilcote, Patricia A. 102 
Childers, Timothy J. 92 
Chilton, James 92 
Chowning, Steve 102 
Christensen, Pennie J, 35,92, 161 
Christner, MalindoM. 82 
Christensen, Linda S. 1 5, 42, 1 61 , 1 62 
Christner, Debbie K, 102 
Church, Marie L. 102, 142, 146 
Church, Rebecca A. 92 
Cicenas, Joseph 82 
Clardy, Sherry L. 92, 150 
Clardy, Theopohs B. 102 
Clark, Doris M, 82 
Clark, Kevin W. 102, 163 
Clark, Susan A. 102 
Clark, Wayne 82, 160, 163 
Clayton, Steven E, 102 
Cleaver, William A. 102 
Clements, Alan J. 92 
Clements, Thomas E. 1 02, 1 59 
Cline, Deborah A. 82, 147 
Coats, Cheryl 82 
Coats, Howord 102 
Cobb, Terry L, 82 
Coe, Freddie 82 
Coffey, Aaron E. 92 
Coffman, Jerome S. 82 
Cotfman, Lara T. 102 
Colbert, Robert G. 92 
Colbert, Robin L. 82 
Coleman, Daphne 102, 143 
Collier, Kevin G. 82 
Collins, Georgia K. 82 
Collins, Marcus 102, 160 
Collins, Mark E. 82 
Concert Choir 1 43 
Concert Club 
Conley, Timothy M. 102 
Conner, Patrick D. 102 
Connor, Christine M. 132 
Cook, Karolina I. 92 
Cool, Denise M. 82 
Cooley, Donald R. 82 
Cooley, Robmette R. 1 02 
Copes, Harold L. 82 
Copes, Marilyn A. 92, 145 
Copes, Patrick 102 
Copp, Ronald 102 
Copus, Steven B. 82 
Cosby, Preston M. 82 
Cornell, Joni S. 92 
Couch, Norman I. 82 
Coulter, Melanie A. 82 
Couse, Kimberly S. 92, 1 43, 1 47, 1 51 
Cousins, Teresa A. 102 
Cox,Cathryn 133 
Cox.Lesia 102 
Cox.Malinda 137 
Cox, RamonaC. 42, 92, 162 
Crabtree, Judy A 92 
Craig, Denise C. 82 
Crawley, Lisa J. 133, 142, 146 
Crawley, Tamara K. 102 
Creed, Douglas A. 82 
Creek, Kerry L. 82 
Cripe, Betty 92, 143 
Crittenden, Brenda 102 
Crittenden Jr., Henry 82 
Crittenden, Lindo A. 145 
Crockett, ReneeM. 102, 147 
Cromwell, Patricia 102, 142 
Cronin, Catherine M. 82 
Cronin, Deann L. 102, 134 



Cross, James A. 102, 160 

Cross Country 1 56 

Crouch, Daniel L. 102, 135, 149, 160 

Crouch. Mary E. 92, 136, 142, 143 

Cseteny, Carlo M. 92 

Cuchna, Michael S. 82 

Cummings, Pamela S. 92 

Cummings. Timothy D. 102 

Cunningham, Amy S. 82, 147 

Cunnings, Roberta L. 92 

Curry III, Clyde T. 92 

Curry, Lindo L, 43,92, 145, 154, 162 

Cutshaw, James L. 92, 135, 147 

Cutshaw, John T. 82, 147 * 



Dalton, Kothryn J. 136 

Dalziel, Diana L. 132 

Danaher, Anthony L, 82 

Dangerfield, John R. 82 

Daniels, Patricia A. 92 

Darling, Colette K, 102, 143 

Dougherty, TammroR. 92 

Dougherty, Tim 82, 160 

Daurelle, Kelly 0. 92 

Davenport, Robert M, 102 

Davids, Robert M. 82, 153 

Dav.dson, Curtis R. 92 

Davidson, Richard D 82 

Davidson, Sherry 148 

Davis, Chrissetta E. 82 

Davis, Daryl D. 82, 138 

Davis, Donald L. 82 

Davis. Elaine A, 102 

Davis, Evernard W. 92, 1 37, 1 60 

Davis, Freddie Jr 92 

Davis, Gary W. 9, 92. 1 36, 1 43, 1 46 

Davis, Joy R. 82, 160 

Davis, Patricia H. 82 

Davis, Patricia P. 92 

Dovis, Paul E. 82 

Davis, Phillip L. 102 

Davis, Roger E, 82, 163 

Davis, Sylvester R. 102 

Davis, Terry L. 82 

Davis, Tonya R, 82, 155 

Davis, William E. 102 

Davison, Russel L. 8, 82, 147 

Dawson, Alice C. 92 

Dawson, Arlene 102 

Day, Frances E. 102 

Day, Lester A. 102 

Day, Warren E. 132 

DearDuff, Rick L. 82, 135 

DecaClub 132 

Deer, Dawn M. 82 

Deer, Kelley M. 102 

Deer, Kristy S. 82, 154 

Dees, Bruce A 82 

Degner, Dianna L. 92 

Degraphenreed, James 153, 161 

Diehl, David B. 92, 147 

Denney, Randall L. 1 02, 1 35, 1 47, 1 49 

Dennis, James 1 44 

Dennis, Karen A. 102 

Detzler, Leah M. 82 

Devine, Doniel C. 8, 24, 139, 147 

DeVore, Joseph H. 34, 35, 1 03 

DeVore, Mary M. 82, 154 

DeVore, Theresa E. 92, 148 

DeVore, Thomas J. 92, 1 59, 1 63 

Dibbern, Joel 102 

Dickey, Rebecca J. 102, 154 

Dillon, Arvil L. 102, 160 

Dillon, William C. 82 

Dine, Elizabeth 24, 48, 133, 136, 139, 

143, 147 
Ditommaso, Ricky J. 102 
Dodd, DaphmeL. 102 
Dodd, Stephanie R. 92, 145 
Doles, Denise E. 82 
Doles, Dwayne A. 72,92 
Donel, Cynthia R. 133, 136 
Donel, Robert E. 90, 92, 153 
Dorman II, Gary G. 102, 137, 147 
Dorman, Todd A. 82, 144 
Dorn, Lisa 92, 147 
Dorsey, Joyce L. 9 
Dorsey, Robin M. 102 
Dorsey, Russell S. 12, 102, 159, 160 
Dosdall, Jerome A. 82 
Douglas, Delonse M. 82 
Douglas, George B. 82 
Douglas, Michael 82 
Douglass, Starla 82 
Douglas, Janice E. 1 02 
Douglas, Paul A. 92, 144 
Downton, Tamara K. 36, 102, 145, 147 
Dowdell, Cathy E. 82 
Drake, Cynthia L. 82 
Drama Club 
Drill Team 

Driver, Stephanie L. 82 
Duerson, Vincent L. 90, 92 
Duff, Robyn A. 82 
Dulin, Gregory F, 82 
Dumes, Tony L- 102 
Duncan, Janet M. 1 39, I 43, 1 47 
Duncan, Kelly A. 82 
Duncan, Steven D. 92, 142 
Dunlop, Marcus E, 102, 153 
Dunlop, Michelle D. 92 
Dunn, Baron 146 
Durham, Darcy L. 92, 1 39 
Duvall, Melvin Wm. 9, 102, 143, 147 
Dwenger, Maria D. 92 
Dye, Michael W. 102, 139, 142 
Dyer, David M. 82 
Dyer, Jenny M. 102 
Dyke, Linda S. 92, 147, 162 



Earley, Vicki L. 92, 142 



Eby, Pomelo J. 82 

Eddleman, John W, 92 

Edgor, Michel D. 82 

Edison, Goneene 83 

Edmonson, EfremD. 8. 83, 153 

Edwards, Jack R, 102, 137 

Edwards, Synthia A. 92 

Eggleston, Cynthia 102 

Eldndge, Susan K. 102 

Elliott. Lisa A. 92 

Ellis, Borabara A. 83 

Ellison, Cynthia G. 102, 143 

Ellison, Judith A. 83 

Emmons, Kimberly K. 83 

Emperly, Candace M. 102 

Emperly, Joseph L. 135, 139 

Emrick, Sondrae 102, 134, 151 

Endsley, Chandra R, 92 

Engelking, Nancy L, 83 

Engelking, Beverly A, 7, 13, 133, 134, 

136, 143, 147, 151 
Engleking, Susan I. 102, 151 
England, Larry L. 83 
Enoch II, John H. 102 
Enckson, Priscilla 83 
Enckson, Susan 42, 162 
Ervin, Brian D. 83, 160 
Ervin, Carole A. 83 
Esarey, Timmy W, 89 
Ethndge, Betty J, 102 
Ethndge, Wade 83 
Eubank, Kathryn L. 83 
Eudaly, Susan D. 9, 149 
Evans, Cynthia 83 
Evans, Linda M. 83 
Everett, Bruce R. 72, 102, 144 
Everman, Margaret M. 92 



Fair, Carolyn M, 102 

Foir.Tino A. 92 

Fairly, James E. 83 

Fairly, Roy K. 102, 135, 162 

Fanning, Brian T. 102, 142, 146 

Fanning, Veronica L. 92 

Farley, Deborah 102 

Faulkner, Eric J. 83 

Faulkner, Lyla L. 139 

Favors, Cassondra 92 

Feathenngill, Dale G. 92 

Feathenngill, John J. 16, 159 

Feathenngill, Michael A. 83, 1 55 

Feathenngill, Sandra E. 83, 1 55 

Fee, Glenno M, 92 

Feller, Rhonda L. 102 

Fenter, Eric L. 83, 147 

Ferdon, Sandra M. 92 

Ferree, Lor. A. 102 

Fillenworth, Bernard J. 83, 1 60 

Fillenworth, Diane 92 

Finger, Kimberly L. 92 

Fish, James B. 153 

Fischer, Gary L. 83 

Fischer, Linda S. 102 

Fischer, Randy J. 102, 142 

Fischer, Sherry L. 83 

Fisher, JohnC. 102, 156 

Fisher, Lynnetta A. 83 

Fleming, Lance D, 102 

Fleming, Leah 102 

Flemming, Rhonda A. 92, 145 

Flemming, Tonya L. 92 

Floyd, Antonio B. 92 

Fluharty, Joan E. 83 

Fontana, Debra J. 58, 102 

Flynn. Nancy R. 102 

Football 160 

Forbis, Darlo J. 102, 135. 162 

Forbis, Dawn J. 83 

Ford, Janice M. 103 

Ford, Steven B. 103, 160 

Foreman, ArvinW, 92, 136, 147 

Forte, Veda K. 161 

Fortner, Jonathan L. 103 

Fossett III, Charles S. 92 

Fossett, Vincent T. 83 

Foster, David L. 92 

Foster, Jem L. 83, 105 

Foster, Wonda J. 92, 1 34 

Fowlkes, Curtis S. 103 

Fowlkes, Vickie L. 103 

Fox, Jeff A. 103 

Franklin, Gene E. 62, 135, 153 

Franklin, Ronald L. 92 

Franklin, Vickie M. 83 

Freeman, Pierre A. 103 

Freeman, Wando J. 92 

French Club 150 

Frye, Sandra S. 103, 143 

Fuller, Jeffery O. 103 

Fuller, Teresa J. 103 

Fulton, David M. 138 

Fulton, Sharon M. 35 

Fultz, Cheryl A. 83 

Furbee, Kimberly J. 83 

Furbee, David H. 92 

Furlani, Daniel J. 92 



Gaebel, Tammy L. 83 
Gaines, Curtis J. 103 
Gainey, Wesley R. 83 
Gant, Aleatrice 83 
Garner, Dennis E. 149 
Garrett, Jeffrey J. 83 
Garvey, Deborah J. 103 
Gatlin, Kathleen R. 83 
Gayheart, Sandra L. 1 51 
Gentry, Nicola J. 83, 1 39 
Gentry, Wesley K. 72, 103 
George, Mary L. 92 



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Gerber, Vicki J. 92, 145 

German Club 139 

Gholslon, Lisa I. 83 

Gibbon, Joy A 92, 154, 155 

Gibbons, Brian K. 147 

Gilbert, Patricia 103 

Gillard, Frank 103 

Gillard, Ruth A. 103 

Gillard, Willie L. 83 

Gillisp.e, MargoC. 92 

Ginger, Karen I. 83 

Gloffelty, Brian K. 83 

Gloye, David B. 103 

Goff, Oenise 103 

Goff, T,m A. 149 

Gold, Tern L 83 

Goldman, Diane L. 1 03, I 34, 1 42, 1 51 

Goldman, Gregory L 92 
Goldman, Jerry L. 83 
Golf 1 56 

Gorden, Eretha J. 83 
Gordon, Carolyn D, 145 
Gordon, Errol M. 92 
Gordon, Tony R. 103 
Gorman, Beth M. 137 
Goree. Belinda J. 92 
Goree, Michael A. 83 
Gorman, Eric 92 
Gosnell, Cynthia L. 83 
Gosnell, JetferyA. 103, 159 
Gough, Bradley T. 92, 160 
Graat, James A. 103, 147 
Groat, Jean A. 16, 145, 147 
Grant, Chester E. 83 
Grant, Joel S. 103 
Grant, Valerie 145, 161 
Graves, Cathy 58, 136, 152 
Graves, Sheryl C. 92, 1 42, 1 62 
Gray, Douglas 92 
Gray, Glenda M. 92 
Gray, Robert M. 83 
Gray, Samuel 83 
Greenwald, Jano L. 148 
Greenwald, Lisa K. 83 
Greene, Rosolyn 103 
Greene, Tonya D 103. 143 
Griffin, Elisa S. 92 
Griffin, Ellen 92 
Griffin, George V. 103 
Griffin, Wilbur E. 103, 138 
Griffin, Steven V. 103 
Groves, Karen 103 
Guffey, David E. 132 
Gruner, James M. 103 
Gruner, Paul A 83 
Guldner, Anthony K. 159 
Gutierrez, Undo M. 83 
Gutierrez, Pete F. 92, 163 
Gutzmer, Rene M. 103, 145 
Gwaltney, Norman M. 83, 1 39 

H 

Haag, Sharon E. 103 

Hacker, Angela K. 83 

Hadley, Annette G. 92 

Hall, Brian M. 83 

Hall, Damon L. 83 

Hall, DiannaL. 83, 155 

Hall, Kimberly C. 83 

Hall, Elizabeth A. 143, 147 

Hall, Sharon 103, 134 

Hall, Theresa S. 92 

Hallam, Dennis E. 34,35,92 

Hallam, Kerry I. 83 

Holler, Melinda L. 103 

Hammond, James H. 103, 162 

Hammond, Paul 83, 160 

Hand, Timothy R. 103 

Hansen, Sheri L. 103, 136, 139 

Harlan, Samuel I. 103 

Harmon, Aiman 83 

Harmon, William I. 103, 135 

Horner, Deborah D. 92, 1 42, 1 43 

Harper, Rusty W. 103 

Harpold, Randall E. 90, 103 

Harrell, Shoron K. 92 

Harris, Annette 103 

Hams, James 103 

Harris, Latonya M. 92 

Harris, Robbin K. 83 

Harris, Steven E. 92, 138 

Harris, Tracy A. 83 

Harrison, Darren L 7, 13, 45, 48, 72, 

133, 139, 143, 147, 162 
Harrison, Mary 103 
Hartman, George C. 83 
Hartman, Randolph D. 162 
Hartman, Ricky B. 76, 1 60, 162 
Harvey, Ann E. 103 
Harvey, Donald E. 83 
Haskett, Shelley L. 152 
Haskett, Brian 83 
Harvie. MarkE. 83 
Haskins, Keith 161 
Hassos, Karen L 83 
Hatcher, Cornelius K. 89 
Hatcher, Christopher K. 83 
Hatcher, Isaac T. 89, 160 
Hawkins, Gerard A. 84, 160 
Hawkins, Louis I. 148 
Hawthorne, Katherine E. 93, 1 42, 1 50 
Hoyden, Karol M. 84 
Hayden, Marion R. 103 
Hayden, Thomas E. 103, 147, 151 
Hayden, Tory G. 103, 147 
Haydock, Denice R. 103, 147 
Hayse, Lisa M. 93, 147, 151 
Hedges, William G. 84 
Helm. Cecilia J. 93 
Helton, Ronda F. 103 
Hemmer, Jeffrey D. 93 
Hemmer, Rodney D. 135, 153 



Henderson, Robert L. 84, 160 

Hendricks, Jeffery R. 84 

Henry, Cornelius K. 93, 160 

Henry, Jacqueline 93 

Henry, Jeffrey S. 132 

Henry, John H. 159 

Henry, Thomas 67, 103 

Henry, Thomas L. 38, 39, 160, 163 

Henschen, Rondo 84 

Herndon, Stanley M. 84 

Herr, Douglas F. 84, 160 

Hibbert, Jacqueline S. 84 

Hibbert, Phyllis J. 93 

Hicks, Joanne M. 84 

Hicks, Christine M. 107, 137 

Hicks, Stephen R. 93, 163 

Hicks, Tina 145 

Hidalgo, Juan 84 

Hidalgo, Sharon R. 103 

Higgs, Robin L. 84 

Hightshoe, Jomes A, 84 

Hignite, G.na S 103 

Hignite, Tina L. 103, 143 

Hill.Cyndyl 103 

Hill, LisaM. 84 

Hmes, Cynthia A. 84 

Hines, Beniamin 103 

Hinman, Carolyn T. 93 

History Club 151 

Hobbs, Jeffrey R. 84 

Hobbs, Mike A. 103 

Hobbs, Steven R. 84 

Hodge, Andy A. 84 

Hodges, Courtney 93 

Hodges., Kevin L 84 

Hoffman, Ricky A. 135 

Hoffman, Robert L. 84, 147 

Hogue, Betty L. 103 

Houge, David L. 84 

Hohenberger, Carolyn A. 93 

Holden, Barbara 103 

Holden, Mary E. 93, 134, 151 

Holden, Scott L. 84, 153 

Holden, Tamara S. 35 

Holifield, Kevin 84 

Holifield, Randy 105 

Hollingsworth, Freda 139 

Holman, Gregory L. 153, 160 

Holmes, Brian K. 24, 1 39, 143, 147 

Holdread, Carl B. 93 

Hoover, Alan J. 84 

Hope, Jacqueline D. 103 

Hopkins, Charles K. 93 

Hopkins, Jeff C. 93 

Hopson, Joy E. 84 

Horste, Kent 1 60 

Horton, Rebecca G. 93 

Hoskms, Anthony W. 89, 1 44 

Hougland, John P. 84 

Hougland, Patricia A. 1 03 

Hougland, Peggy S. 93 

Houck, Elaine P. 58, 93, 152 

Houk, Richard L. 103 

Houston, Derrick T. 84 

Howard, Leslie A. 103 

Howard, Lisa M. 84 

Howcott, Paul L. 84 

Howe, Lorraine 93 

Howell, Mark A. 84 

Howell, Scott 103 

Hoy, Edwin D. 103, 139 

Hoy, Jay T. 93 

Hubbard, Aubrey A. 93 

Hubbard, Beverly J. 93 

Hubbard, Tina M. 84 

Hudson Jr. .David A. 93 

Hudson, Kim D. 103, 161 

Hudson, Karl A. 84 

Hudson, Tonya L. 93. 152 

Huff, Alfred L. 93 

Huggins, Michelle D. 93, 103, I 56 

Hulett, Jane 93 

Hulett, Mark A. 103 

Hull, Eric J. 84 

Hull, Jeff C. 93, 135 

Hummer, Margaret A. 84 

Humphrey, Louisa 84 

Hunt, Amy S. 84 

Hunt, Jill D. 36, 103, 145, 147 

Hunt, Kevin D. 84 

Hunter, Jill E. 93, 143 

Hupp, Cathy S. 151 

Hupp, Diane M. 103 

Hurt, Stanley T. 84 

Huston, James F. 93, 1 35, 1 53 

Huston, Paul 84, 160, 163 

Hutchinson, Keith L. 93 

Hyde, Danial 84, 163 

Hyde, Debro S. 36, 37, 1 03, 1 47 



I 



Icard, Lois A. 93 

ngram, Cornelius 84 

nman, Donald E. 35, 93, 156, 161 

nman, Valerie 148 

rvine, Keith W. 84, 160 

rvine. Perry D. 103 

rwin, RobenK. 103 

Isaacson, Elizabeth A. 93, 143 



Jackson, Arnold 84, 160, 163 

Jackson, Janice H. 104, 161 

Jackson, Johnny W. 104 

Jackson, Juan 84, 153 

Jackson, Larry 93 

Jackson, Robert H. 104, 160 

Jacob, Pamela K. 104 

Jacobson, Lisa M. 133, 136, 142, 146 

Jacobson, Lance E. 93 

James, William J. 84 



Jarosinski, Mark 84, 160, 163 

Jorosinski, Mike 89, 160 

Jenkins, Brenda S. 89 

Jenkins, Charles D. 67, 104, 142, 146, 

163 
Jenkins, James C. 104, 153 
Jenkins, Phyllis E. 84 
Jennings, Sally I 93 
Jensen, Harold L. 162 
Jent, Tammy S. 104, 142 
Johnson, Anita A. 104 
Johnson, Bernice 84 
Johnson, Brian L. 104, 142 
Johnson, Charonporn 93 
Johnson, Cheryl 93 
Johnson, Crystal R. 104 
Johnson, Dennis 84 
Johnson, Dennis A. 104, 135, 159 
Johnson, Diana D. 104 
Johnson, Douglas K 84 
Johnson, Eric 84 
Johnson, Joy 93 
Johnson, Judith M. 84 
Johnson, Kathy D. 84 
Johnson, Leonardo E. 93 
Johnson, Mark 84 
Johnson, Marvin A. 84 
Johnson, Michael D. 93, 153 
Johnson, Renee 104 
Johnson, Robert L. 104 
Johnson, Teresa A. 84 
Johnson, Thonya D. 84 
Jones, Anthony G. 1 04 
Jones, Bruce E 84, 153 
Jones, Debbie J. 84 
Jones, Donna L. 104 
Jones, Isaac 104 
Jones, Jomes N, 93 
Jones, Jerry 93 
Jones, Judy A 93 
Jones, Keith E. 38,84, 160, 163 
Jones, Kevin S. 62, 65, 104, 153 
Jones, Linda J. 22, 58, 104, 142, 143, 

146 
Jones, Marlene L. 93 
Jones, Robin 84 
Jones, Sara A. 93 
Jones, Steven 93 
Jones, Tara R. 93, 142 
Jones, Theresa A, 1 49 
Jorden, David W. 84, 160 
Jorden, James 93 
Justus. Scott 84, 147, 156 
Judd, Victono K. 93 
JustUs 134 
Justus, Brenda J. 93 



Kam, Charles D. 93, 135, 138 

Kane, Joan A. 104, 135, 142, 146, 

148, 161 
Karklins, Andris 93, 153, 160 
Karkhns, Mans 104, 160 
Kaufman, Jacquelynn L. 84, 1 50 
Kaufman, Lori E, 93, 143 
Kays, Michael D. 84 
Keaffaber, David E. 32, 156, 161 
Keoffaber, Robert B 72, 104 
Keene, Joesph 93 
Keith, Karen L. 104 
Keith, Lisa A. 1 32 
Keith, Raymond A. 93 
Keith, Sandra D. 84, 150 
Keller, Kathy S. 90, 93 
Kelley, Kimberly S. 93 
Kelly, Jacqueline D. 84 
Kemble, JimmieT. 84 
Kemnitz, Elizabeth R. 104 
Kemnitz, Ruth M. 84 
Kemp, David L. 104 
Kennedy, Joan M. 137 
Kennedy, Katnna R. 104, 155 
Kennedy, Kim E. 104 
Kennington, Donna L. 84 
Kent, Rhonda R. 84 
Kelt, Edward 35, 85 
Key Club 135 
Key, Karen 93 
Key, Karlene 85 
Kidwell, Clarence M. 93 
Kimmel, Kris L. 101, 137 
King, Kimberly L, 93 
King, Randy L. 93 
Kinade, Maria E. 85 
Kiper, Carolyn S. 1 47 
Kiper, Linda L. 104 
Klutey, Jennifer I. 93, 142 
Knapp, Tina D. 42, 43, 162 
Knight, Scott A. 85 
Kopp, Robert C. 104 
Kress, Ricky A. 135, 149, 153 
Krug, Lisa D. 93 

Kuhn, John R. 67, 93, 1 35, 1 56, 1 63 
K.uhn, Joni 18, 161 



Lacey, John L. 93 

Lacroix, Peggy A. 9, 1 04, 1 36 

Lacy, Carol R. 93, 147, 161 

Lambert, Michael L. 93 

Land, Beatrice A. 133, 139 

Land, Rose E. 36, 1 04, 1 45, 1 47 

Londes, Ann M. 104, 136 

Landes, James A. 85 

lane, Arnetria L. 93, 135, 161 

Laners, Theresa M. 55 

Langford, Randall J. 85, 106 

Larrison, Roxanne M. 104, 134, 139 

Latin Club 1 35 

Lawley, Maureen K. 4 

Lawson, Angela 94 



Leakeas, Charles L. 94, 1 49, 161 

Lee, Adrian L. 85, 153 

Lee, Joseph C. 153 

Lee, Joyce V. 94, 155 

Lee, Patricia A 104 

Lemaster, Tonya A. 94 

Lepscum, Cherl J. 104 

Lepscum, Jerilyn M 150 

Lepscum, Konn J. 94 

Leslie, Rickey L. 104, 146 

Lessig, Susan 5 

Lessley, Daniel E. 38, 41, 64, 94, 135, 

153, 160 
Lessley, Edward D 85, 160 
Lett, Michael C. 104 
Lettermon Club 1 44 
Levme, April L. 94 
Liberty Bells 
Lightle, Julia A 85 
Ligon, Cheryl S. 104, 134 
Lindauer, Belinda A. 85 
L.ndauer, Debro K. 85 
Lines, Michael E 85, 151, 163 
Litsey, Andrea J, 85, 139 
Litsey, Debra S. 94, 139 
Litsey, Laura A, 105, 139 
Litsey, Linda I. 105, 139 
Lloyd, Pamela S. 85, 150, 151 
Lloyd, Tamara L. 132 
Logsdon, Lynnda J. 94 
Lombordo, Lome M. 94 
Long, Rita D I 32 
Long, Thomas 105, 137 
Lonis, Jeanette L. 85 
Louis, Evelyn R. 94 
Louis. Jessica L. 85 
Lowe, Teresa L 85 
Lucas, Thomas 94 

Lutocko, Cynthia A. 94, 1 36, 1 43, 1 47 
Lutocka, Elisabeth A. 85, 147, 154, 162 
Lutocka, Scott D. 9, 105, 135, 147, 

148, 161 
Lynch, Larry 67, 144 

M 

Mack, Bonita D. 94 

Mackey, Larry M. 94 

Maior, Non A. 85 

Maior, Roderick E. 105 

Maiors, Ricky R. 89 

Malonder. David M. 105 

Malone, Sheila Y. 105, 135, 151, 152, 

161 
Malone, Steven 147, 163 
Mangine, Antoinette V. 94, 1 42 
Mansfield, Lisa S. 105 
Marching Band 147 
Marks, Bryan W. 105 
Marley, Kent M. 105 
Marsden, Tonya I, 85 
Marsh, Richard A. 85 
Marsh, Tina M. 85 
Marshallaires 147 
Martin, Brian P. 85, 144 
Martin, Connie L. 105 
Martin, Cynthia G. 85, 151 
Martin, Cynthia R. 85 
Martin, Kothleen A. 105,142 
Martin, Randall E. 94 
Mason, James D. 85 
Matheson, Debbie J. 36, 105, 145, 147 
Matlock, James 85 
Mat Maids 134 

Mattingly, Michele D, 1 05, 1 36, 147 
Matulo, Richard A. 94 
Maxey.Tonia 105 
Mayes, Renee 94, 134, 151 
Mayfield, Patrick 21, 159, 160 
Mays, Stanley C. 104 
McBr.de, London H. 85, 153 
McCallister, Carolyn M. 85 
McCallister, Russell 105 
McCarthy, Michael E. 105, 134, 137, 

160 
McCallister, Donna S. 4 
McCarty, David V. 85 
McCarty, Kevin J. 94 
McCarty, Michael D. 110, 144, 149 
McChnstian, Qumtin R. 105 
McClennon, Anthony 89 
McClure, Yvette 94, 150 
McClure, Yvonne 105 
McCord, Annette F. 132 
McCoy, John 85, 163 
McCoy, Robert K. 160 
McCoy, Timothy 105, 159, 160 
McCrackin, Prentice 94, 1 34, 1 37, 1 61 
McCurdy, Mark A. 94 
McCurry, Scott A. 1 60 
McDonald, David L. 105 
McDonald, Jeffrey L. 94 
McDonald, Lu Ann 85 
McDowell, Curtis D 8, 32, 94, 143, 

147, 156, 161 
McDowell, Patsy I. 105, 139, 143 
McEwen, Demita J. 85, 150 
McForlond, John B. 94, 143, 1 46 
McFarland, Lori I. 85 
McGarr, Paul D. 85 
McGill, Lenne M. 85, 155 
McGillem, Marie L. 94, 1 42, 1 47. 1 50 
McGovern, John P. 85 
Mclntyre, Linda L. 105 
Mclntyre, Sherry D. 94 
McKenzie, Betty J. 105 
McKmley, Mark A. 1 05, 1 35, 1 59 
McMillan, Kathie L. 94 
McNew, Walter E. 94 
McPherson, Kevin T. 94, 138 
McPherson, Linda S. 85 
McQuode, Sean 85 
McWilliams, George 105 



Meals, Teresa R. 105 

Means, Donna 105 

Means, Goil R 85 

Means, Lynda A 94 

Medford, Michael M. 66, 67, 152,163 

Medford, Thomas M 72,85,163 

Melling, Lewis I. 105 

Melling, Tnnna J 85 

Mernweather, Dandrew 94 

Mernweather, Keith 85 

Mesiono, Joseph A 85, 160 

Meyer, Debra L. 105, 142 

Meyer, Kellee J. 49,94, 136 

Meyer, Michael J. 85 

Michael, James K. 94 

Middleton. Raymond E. 94 

Miles, Dwam 105 

Miller, Anthony 85 

Miller, Charles A 94 

Miller, Cheryl A. 94, 134, 151 

Miller, Chrysteen H. 143 

Miller, Cynthia J, 85 

Miller, David F. 94, 147 

Miller, Donielle 85 

Miller, Leeann 105, 152 

Miller, Melissa J 89 

Miller, Morris K. 94, 156 

Miller, Raymonds. 105 

Miller, RebeccoS 95 

Miller, Richard W. 85 

Miller, Tammy L. 95, 139 

Miller, Yvette D 89 

Miller, Yvonne D. 85 

Mills, Gregory 105 

Mills, Melba B 95 

Miner, Donald K 85 

Miner, Keith B. 106 

Minter, James M 85 

Mitchell, David J. 85 

Mitchell, Lesia 95, 142, 149 

Mitchell, William G. 106, 149 

Mix.Darrell A. 85 

Mobley, Barbara J 151 

Mockbee, Jeffrey H. 8, 1 35, 1 37, 1 43 

Moffitt, Gregory L. 85, 160 

Mogollon, Raquel C. 133, 137 

Montgomery, Dulcinia M. 95, 1 45 

Montgomery, Marguerite Y. 58, 106, 

142 
Montgomery, Patricia I. 15, 42, 106, 

136, 161, 162 
Montgomery, Rita J. 95 
Moore, Celeste J. 85 
Moore, Donna S 94 
Moore, Joyce J. 85 
Moore, Mark A 85 
Moore, Mark A. 85 
Moore, Mazell 106 
Moore, Phillip D 106 
Moore, Phillip P. 106 
Moore, Rondo A. 95 
Moore, Scott F, 95, 160 
Moore, Scott L. 106, 160 
Moore, Tern L. 95 
Moore, Vickie S. 132 
Morales, Michelle M. 106 
Morgan, Lawrence R 95 
Morgan, Leonard D. 95 
Morgan, Mary L. 9, 95, 143, 147 
Morgan, Maurice A. 95 
Morgan, Ronald L. 24, 48, 135, 139, 

143, 147, 152 
Morris, Carol S. 136 
Morris, Cleester 85 
Morris, Diana L 85 
Morris, Jomes E. 95 
Morris, John D. 106 
Morris, Lamont A. 95 
Morris, Leanne M. 35, 85, 1 34 
Morris, Thomas E. 1 48, 1 56, 161 
Morrison, Pamela Y. 161 
Morrison, Ramon D. 106, 155 
Morrow, George M. 86 
Mullins, Larry E. 86 
Mullins, Shelia D. 76, 106 
Mundy, Ladonna J 95. 143 
Murff, Rickey T 95 
Murff, Toron A. 95 
Murphy, Lisa A 95, 136, 139 
Murphy, Patrick A. 132 
Murray, Judith A. 95 
Murray, RegmaM. 86 
Murray, Valerie K. 86 
Muse, Ernest L. 95, 160 
Myers, Reida L. 86 



N 



Nance, WavieC. 86 

Napper, Rebecca J. 22, 95, 1 61 , 1 62 

Napper, Suzanne M. 42, 43, 106, 161, 

162 
National Honor Society 1 33 
Neal, MadonnaS 86 
Neer, Jeffrey 106 
Nelson, Stephanie 106 
Newby, Linda G. 86 
Newell, David A. 106 
Newell, Robert 95, 160 
Newell, William B. 86, 163 
Newman, Jeffery A. 86, 1 35, 1 60 
News Bureou 1 42 
Newspoper 1 42 
Nichols, Ernest 86 
Nichols, Sally J. 95, 149, 150 
Nicholson, Pamela J. 106 
Nickels, Vanessa G. 95 
Noe, Robert F. 106, 135 
Noel, Anna 86 

Norris, Louis 106, 135, 160, 161 
Nostrand, Gerald 106 
Novotny, Jill M. 86. 154 
Novotny, Ken J. 1 06. 1 48, 1 62 



Odell, Deborah L. 31, 132 

Okeefe, Joel P. 86 

Olson, Gary B. 86 

Opel, Jeffrey W. 34, 35, 72, 86 

Opel, Melissa S. 95, 161 

Orchestra 1 33 

Orr, Rebecca 95 

Osfewig, Sieve >/. 133, 135 

Osfewig, Toryn L. 95, 134, 151 

O'Sullivan, Tammy L. 86 

Outlaw, Gregory L. 86 

Outlaw, Joyce Y. 106 

Owens, David K 1 06, 1 37, 1 60 

Owens. Wilhe R. 95, 153 

Owings, Lisa E. 95 



Pack, Mark E. 160, 161 

Oyler, Elizabeth A. 95 

Padgett, Mary L. 86 

Padgett, Sandra K. 106 

Paff, Dane H. 1 47, 1 52, 1 59, 1 60 

Paff, Derek H 35, 38, 160, 161 

Paff, Doug H. 86, 160 

Paff, Stacy L. 95, 143 

Page, WilmaC. 89 

Parker, Okeefe E. 95 

Parks, Anthony 132 

Parks, Gerald 106 

Parks, LisaM. 106 

Parks, Vickie L 106 

Parnell, David 95 

Parrott, Susan 31, 142, 146 

Parrott, Daniel J. 106 

Parrott, Edward C. 89, 153, 1 60 

Parsons, Daniel J. 132 

Parsons, Lisa R 95 

Partridge, Elaine S. 106, 136 

Passwaler, Julie A, 31 , 1 10, 1 36, I 46 

Patrick, Carolyn D. 86 

Patnettes 145 

Patriots On Parade 48, 49 

Pats 

Patterson, Jeffery L. 86 

Pafton, Jeffrey H. 1 32, 1 38, 1 39 

Potion, Jennifer 1 39, 1 49 

Potion, Jimmie D. 106 

Paul, Patricia A. 139, 149 

Paul, Suson L 95 

Pauley, Stephen W. 73 

Pauly, JeanM. 76, 133, 136 

Payne, Daniel R. 86 

Payne, Paul A. 106, 155 

Pearson, Sherri L 95 

Pease, Jacqueline 86, 1 34, 1 39, 1 42 

P.E. Assistants 135 

Pennybaker, Elizabeth A. 95 

Pennybaker, Stevie L. 62, 65, 1 53 

Pepper, Janice L. 86 

Perry, Andrea M. 106, 147 

Perry, Keenyn 86 

Perry, Sevella J. 155 

Perry, Wanda 151 

Peterson, Floyd 95 

Phelps, Lavella F. 106, 135, 161 

Phipps, Deborah J. 106 

Phipps, Michael A. 86 

Phillips, David H. 89 

Phillips, Harry F. 86 

Phillips, Jenmiah L. 86 

Phillips, Linda E. 106, 134 

Phillips, Sherr.HM, 86 

Pigman, Michael 86 

Pipkin, Randy 95 

Pinner, Pomelo F. 86, 155 

Pitcher, Lorie J. 86 

Pitcher, Terry L. 96 

Pitman, Debra L. 86, 155 

Pollard, Mark A. 96 

Pollard, Michael A. 19, 106, 161 

Ponto, DebroS 96 

Ponto, Donna K. 86 

Portwood, David A- 106 

Posley, Belinda A. 106 

Posley, Beverly L 86 

Powell, Craig A. 86, 151 

Powell, Teresa M. 145 

Power, LonnyM. 96 

Presnell, Jody 96 

Presnell, Mike R. 86 

Presswood, Ronald L. 147 

Preston, Steven E. 96, I 35 

Price, Kevin 106 

Price, Scott L 86, 147 

Price, Yolanda 96 

Pride, Harold P. 106, 135, 137 

Pritchett, Chris 72.96, 159 

Probst, Pamela S. 96 

Proctor, David A. 106 

Proctor, Karen E 86 

Proffilt, Jeffery L. 142 

Proffitt, Mark A. 86; 147 

Proffilt, Steven H. 86 

Prunty, Tamera L. 96, I 34, 143,151 

Purcell, John K. 72, 86 

Pyles, Jeffery S. 86, 144 



Ouagliesi, Jack 96 
Ouarles, Andre 86 
Ouarles, Delonci L. 96 
Quill and Scroll 146 
Quintero, Edward Jr. 86, 160 



Rader, Kimberly S. 96 
Radio Club 132 



Rogan, Lynda M. 96, 142, 149 

Raker, Walter D. 86 

Ralston, Linda E. 86, 147 

Ramey, Kevin I. 106 

Ramer, Leigh E. 106, 161 

Ranger, James F. 96 

Redden, Cathy A. 86 

Redden, Kevin A. 96 

Reed, Doug J. 15, 72, 106, 156 

Reed, Lisa J 96, 139 

Reed, Lori 96 

Reed, Terry L. 162 

Reedy, Tina M. 86 

Reese, Jonathan 86 

Reid, Shirley J. 96 

Ridenour, Kathy R. 96 

Rifle Team 

Rentsch, Tamara M, 86 

Retherford, Mary D. 86 

Reynolds, Victoria L. 86 

Rhodes, William R. 86 

Richardson, Judlina E. 86 

Richardson, Ella 86, 150 

Richardson, Vicki 96, 161 

Richmon, Steve W. 86 

Ricky, Kathryn E. 96, 142 

Ricky, Timothy J, 132 

Riddick, Michael A. 96 

Riddles. James A. 96 

R.fner, Mary E. 96 

Rifner, Peter A. 86, 156 

Rifner, Paul E. 86, 156 

Rifner, VollieB. 132, 135, 139 

Riley, Cherri L. 86 

Riley, Peter W. 86, 137, 142 

Riley, Willie T. 86 

Rittenhouse, Tommi S. 1 32 

Rives, Hilda L. 86 

Roake, Mark A 86 

Roark, Maria 96 

Robbins, Kevin L. 106 

Roberts, Cheri A. 86 

Roberts, Dennis B. 96 

Roberts, Donald L. 87 

Roberts, Peter A. 87 

Robertson, Angelieto 87 

Robinson, Dianna D. 106 

Robinson, Emory J, 106, 146, 160 

Robinson, Somuel L. 106, 160, 163 

Rochford, David A. 106 

Rodgers. Carol 106, 143 

Rodman, Michael P 65, 1 35, 1 53, 1 59 

Rodman, Stephen M. 1 06, 1 59 

Roell, Joni E.96 

Roessler.Torne A. 87 

Rogers, Elizabeth J, 106, 143 

Rogers, Gorden A. 87 

Rogers, Shell! A. 87 

Root, Archie T 106, 162 

Rose, Marsha A 106, 148 

Rose, Mary J 9, 96 

Roseburgh, Reginald 87 

Rote 1 38 

Routon, Sondra L. 106 

Rowe, Brodley H 106, 135 

Rowe, Donald 135, 148, 161 

Rowley, David R. 35, 96 

Rowson, David M. 1 38 

Rowson, KnstenM. 87 

Royal, Clarissa A. 87 

Royce, Lynne A 36, 96, 1 45, 1 47 

Rudd, Julie A 87, 147 

Rudd, Richard D. 87 

Rudicel, Chris A. 96, 156 

Rushton, Nancy L. 1 35 

Rushton, William D. 95 

Russell, Harold E.96, 161 

Russell, Joan E. 96. 134 

Russell, John D. 87, 139 

Russell, Kevin D. 106, 156 

Russell, Sondra K. 106 

Russell, Wilhe G. 87 

Rutland, Tern 87 

Ryan, Pamela S. 106 



Soger, Frederick E. 87, 144 

Soger, Lisa M. 96, 150 

Sandefur, Martha J. 87, 1 47 

Sandefur, Robert F. 106 

Sanders, Karen L. 96 

Santo, Kent A. 87 

Santo, Teresa A. 96 

Satterfield, James A. 96 

Satterfield, Micheal 87, 1 44, 1 47 

Sausser, Mark C. 106, 137, 142, 146, 

156 
Schantz, Debbie E. 96 
Schaub, Wilma D. 96 
Scheibelhut, David L. 106 
Scheibelhut, Joseph E. 96 
Scheibelhut, Rose A. 87 
Schlimgen, Matt L. 87, 1 60, 1 63 
Schluge, Daniel 106, 135, 159, 160, 

163 
Schroeder, Karen M. 28, 35, 1 52 
Schubart, Martina G. 87 
Scisney, Phyllis A. 96 
Scott, Cathy L 106, 147 
Scott, Johnathan W. 87 
Scott, LisaM. 106, 147 
Scott, Lori A 106 
Sears, Scheme L. 106 
Sells, Roger D. 106 
Sexton, David E. 96 
Serrton, Janice L 106 
Sexton, Mark A. 89 
Shofer, Lisa M. 96 
Shafer, Reginald 106, 153 
Shaffer, Julie L. 87 
Shanklin, Kimberly Y. 87 
Shannon, Michiael A. 96, 135, 137, 

160, 163 



Sharkey, Cynthia A. 106 

Sharkey, Marlar 96, 135 

Sharp, Martin 96, 139 

Sharp, Sherne R. 87 

Shaw, Donald W. 96 

Shaw, Harriett B. 96 

Shaw, Sandra L. 24, 1 39, 143,147 

Sheehan, Patrick W. 106 

Shelby, Theresa L. 87 

Shelton. Dallas C. 96 

Shelton, Gregory I. 96, 1 53, 1 62 

Shelton, Joan C. 35 

Shepard, Raymond T. 96, 160, 163 

Shepard, Steven E 152, 163 

Shepherd, Julie A. 36, 1 06, 1 42 

Sherfick, Georgia 87 

Shinkle, David B. 96, 142, 160 

Shirley, Reginald L. 96, 144 

Shockency, DeniseK. 96 

Shockency, Diane I. 106 

Shriver, Jeffery G 67, 87, 1 60 

Shrontz, Rita A. 30, 106, 151 

Shull, Doris A. 106 

Sicking, Charles J. 87, 160, 163 

Simer, Deborah A. 89 

Simmons, Michael Q. 87, 1 55 

Simmons, Quentin L. 87 

Simpson, Robert A. 106, 147 

Skating Club 155 

Skelley, Dean J. 106, 160, 163 

Skelley, Janet L. 96, 134, 151, 161 

Slaughter, Charlotte Y, 96 

Slaughter, Tonya 19, 106, 161 

Sheer, Donna 87 

Sluss. Jay B. 106 

Sluss, Rebeccah G. 96, 1 45. 1 47 

Smith, Beverly R. 96 

Smith, Cheryl D. 107 

Smith, Curtis E. 87 

Smith, David E. 96 

Smith, Dovid J. 96, 139 

Smith, Donnell 107 

Smith, Dwayne S. 87 

Smith, Eddie L. 107 

Smith, Gary E. 87 

Smith, Guy E.96 

Smith, Joan Y. 87 

Smith, Karen M. 107, 134, 136, 148, 

151 
Smith, Kevin E. 107 
Smith, Keith R. 87 
Smith, Kenneth W. 87, 153 
Smith, Larry S. 87, 163 
Smith, Lovonna 107 
Smith, Leonard W. 107 
Smith, Mervin L. 89 
Smith, Nino J. 96, 143 
Smith, Parnell F. 107 
Smith, Paulo R. 96 
Smith, Rhonda R. 96, 143 
Smith, Richard L. 96, 142 
Smith, RonnyE. 8, 96 
Smith, Sham L. 96 
Smith, Tammy S. 87, 155 
Smith, Thomas W. 87 
Smith, Anthony J. 107 
Smith, Valerie D. 87 
Smith, Wanda Y. 106 
Smith, Ward N. 96 
Smith, Warren M. 45, 1 07, 1 43, 1 46 
Snodgrass, Derrick M. 87 
Snow, Marvin L. 96 
Snow, Steve E. 9, 1 36, 1 47, 1 60 
South, Michael P. 87 
Southgote, Mary L. 107 
Sowell, Larry L. 87, 155 
Spaulding, James W. 87 
Speights, Edith E. 107, 139, 143 
Spencer, Charles D 96 
Spicer, Deboroh A. 96, 161 
Spires, Laura S. 45. 1 07, 1 39, 1 43 
Spires, Sally A. 87 
Springer, Karen A. 107 
Springer, Mark A. 87 
Squire, Jay A. 87 
Stark, Bonnie G. 107, 134 
Stark, Chris J. 107, 143 
Stark, Ginger 132 
Storks, Arthur L. 96 
Storks, Sherri 18, 19, 161 
Steele, Christine M. 87 
Steele, Cynthia I. 96 
Steele, Jay V. 107 
Steele, Lee W 87 
Steele, Lester P. 87 
Steele, Pamela J. 87 
Steele, Ricky D. 107 
Steenberger, Mark R. 1 07 
Steiner, Mary L. 87 
Stemshorn, Steven D. 107, 149 
Stephens, Daniel G. 96, 1 53 
Stephenson, Jill A. 9, 96, 142 
Sterrett, Scott S. 107 
Stevens, Lisa D. 96 
Stitt, Lisa D. 87 
Stilt., Roger S. 107, 149 
Stockhoff, Donald E 107, 159 
Stoe, Kelly 35, 87, 151 
Stoe, Sandra L. 107 
Stone, Forest 96, 138, 139 
Stover, Brenda M. 96 
Strange, Terri L. 87 
Stratton, Angela 96 
Strickling, Edward D. 96 
Stringer, Sharon L. 87 
Stroh.ToniL. 87, 154, 162 
Strong, Debbie L. 87 
Strothmann, Robert S. 87 
Strubel, Gary H. 87, 160 
Strunk, Steven D. 163 
Stuart, Catherine A. 96 
Stubbs, Christopher 87 
Stubbs, Pamela J. 145 
Stucker, Lynda G. 107, 134, 136, 142, 



146, 161, 188 
Stuckey, Sherri L. 87, 1 34 
Student Council 137 
Studer, Linda 107 
Sullivan, Karen A. 107 
Sullivan, Karen G. 87 
Summers, Dawn E. 107, 142 
Sutton, Debra D. 96, 1 50 
Sutton, Micha S. 97, 160 
Sutton, Philip G. 87 
Swegman, Steven L. 97 
Swem, Kevin R. 107 
Swimming Team 34, 35 
Swineford, Dianna F. 87 * 

Swineford, Randall 35, 107, 146, 148 
Swinford, Dawna L. 36, 87 
Swinford, Vicki G. 



Tabor, Charlotte 36, 107, 145, 147 

Tabor, Jackie R. 87 

Talley, Dam.ta J. 97, 143 

Tarter, Robert L. 97 

Tarter, Scott E. 87, 135, 147 

Tate, AngieC. 97 

Taylor, Donna L. 1 07, 1 35, 1 52 

Taylor, Edith A. 97 

Taylor, GregM. 97 

Taylor, LynC. 138 

Taylor, Linda M. 107, 149 

Taylor, Misty D. 87 

Taylor, Rita R. 107 

Taylor, Tommy D. 97 

Taylor, William 97 

Teal, Diana M. 87 

Teal, Janice A 107 

Tennis 72 

Terry, Carole A. 87, 151 

Thespians 139 

Theyssen, Patricia L. 97 

Thomas, Billy K. 148, 162 

Thomas, Mark A. 87 

Thomas, Michael S. 97 

Thomas, Steven D 107, 159 

Thompson, Carlos C. 87 

Thompson, Jack 8. 87 

Thompson, Penny L. 42, 43, 50, 135, 

162 
Thompson, Ted B. 107 
Thompson, Yolanda 97 
Tiffany, Cheryl A. 36, 97 
Tinsley, Delia M. 87 
Tipton, Laura S. 107 
Todd, Linda D 107, 134, 145, 147, 

151 
Todd, Sherry L. 1 07, 1 34, 1 42, 1 5 1 
Toliver, Forest S. 97 
Toliver, Tikia T. 107 
Toney, Lynne 87 
Toran, Aaron F. 97 
Torrence, Keith S. 87 
Torres, Carrie L. 87 
Townsend, Cheryl Y. 87 
Track 18, 19, 161 
Tracy, Debra A. 87 
Traylor, Gary L. 87 
Troylor, Steven R. 97 
Trent, Rebecca J. 97 
Trester, Jeffrey D. 87 
Triblet, James 87 
Troutman, Kelvin L. 1 60 
Trowbridge, Tony 73 
Tucker, Clint E. 88 
Tucker, Ronald 107 
Turentine, Bettye D. 97 
Turentine, Edward W. 1 32 
Turner, Barbara K. 107 
Turner, Carolyn S. I 33, 1 34, 1 39 
Turner, Dwight 88, 144 
Turner, Kathryn A. 88, 1 37, 1 39 
Turner, Mary K. 97, 137, 139 
Turner, Paul R. 97 
Turner, Sharon M. 97 
Turner, William L. 107 
Tuttle, Nicholas L. 66, 88, 1 63 
Twigg, Milo E. 88 
Tyus, Bobby J. 108 



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Uhlenhake, Jane A. 88 
Utter, Daniel R. 88, 135 
Utter, Elaine R. 97. 134, 151 



Valentine, Norman 97 

Vanatta, Richard L. 35, 88 

Vondever, Andrea R. 97 

Van Duyn, Brent A. 88, 1 53 

Vardiman, Kevin 8. 97, 1 53, 1 61 

Veo, Gilbert 88' 

Veller, Ronald L. 88 

Venable, Beverly 88, 1 39 

Venable, Robyn 45, 108, 139, 143 

Vincel, Dotty L. 108, 143 

Vincent, David G. 97 

Vonaxelson, Denise K. 36, 97, 143, 147 

Vonburg, Kent 97, 1 56, 1 60 

Voorhees, Catherine 88, 155 

Voorhees, Herbert D. 108 

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Wade, Clinton F. 134, 155 
Wade, Duane R. 97 
Wade, Gerald 88, 160 
Wade, Timothy J. 97 
Wade, Thomas J. 97 
Wodlington, Doisy A. 97, 1 43 



Walenga, Mechael D. 97, 1 51 

Walker, Carol A. 108 

Walker, Marcia A. 88 

Walker, Michelle D. 88 

Wall, Marsha L. 88 

Wall, Tina L. 97 

Waller, Brian S 97 

Waller, Lor, L. 22, 36, 88 

Walls, Brenda S. 59, 108, 142, 161 

Walls, Steven 97 

Walters, Catherine L. 97, 145 

Walters, James A 108 

Walton, Michael L. 1 08, 1 34 

Wampler, Kathy J. 88 

Wampler, Richard M. 97, 139, 161 

Warfield, Wendy J. 88 

Warner, Barbara J. 151 

Washington, Huey 88 

Washington, James Roy 88 

Washington, Teresa A. 88 

Waters, Jenny 97 

Waters, Monique 97, I 52, 1 61 

Watkins, Merrill D. 108 

Watkins, Vicke S. 97 

Watson, Delauren A. 108 

Watson, Susan D. 90, 97, 147 

Weathers, Adnenne L. 88, 1 55 

Weaver, Dovid 97, 161 

Weaver, Mark W 67, 1 08, 1 52, 1 63 

Weaver, Robert P 9, 45, 49, 108, 136, 

146, 147 
Webb, Christie J. 97 
Webb, Christina A. 88 
Webster, Tina M. 88 
Weeks, Dawna R. 9 
Weeks, John M. 88 
Weidman, James S. 97 
Weidman, Richard A. 148 
Weight Lifting 

Weiglein, Linda L. 98, 1 36, 1 43, 1 47 
Weir, Kathy L. 88 
Weisheit, Teresa A. 35, 108 
Welch, Debra L. 89 
Welch, Pamela L. 108 
Welch, Roberta J. 148 
Welhoelter, Mary 143 
Wells, Rochelle L. 89 
Wertenberger, Ernest J. 108 
Wert, Kimberly F. 98, 150 
Wesler, Greg D. 97 
Welch, Robert W. 139, 149 
West, Charles 108, 161 
West, Michael W. 98 
West, Shelly J. 88, 147 
West, Stephen S. 88 
Westerfield, Beverly D. 98 
Westerfield, Steven P. 108 
Wever, Karen L. 108, 162 
Wever, Kathy J. 88, 162 
Whaling, Daniel L. 98 
Wheeler, Donevo S. 88 
Wheeler, Karri S. 98, 108 
Wheeler, Rita D. 108 
White, Angela J. 139, 155 
White, Clifford L. 108 
White, Dorcas M. 58, 1 08, 1 52 
White, Eric B. 108 
White, Felita 88 
White, James R. 88, 148, 160 
White, Jonelle M. 88 
White, Kimberly L. 98, 1 35, 1 61 
White, Robert F. 88 
White, Sheila K. 98 
White, Tina I. 108, 152 
Whitfield, DaryleT. 98 
Whitney, Edward 108 
Whittle, Daryl E. 98 
Whyde, Douglas R. 153, 159 
Wibbels, John C. 89 
Wickwore, Diane 108, 135, 161 
Wienke, Mark W. 98 
Wiggins, Victoria R. 132 
Wight, Sandra D. 108 
Wilcox, Richard 160 
Wildnck, Pamela J. 89 
Wiley, Wilhe 89 
Wilkerson, Benito G. 108 
Wilkie, Bradley 72, 98, 1 35, 1 50, 1 56 
Willan, Larry C. 35,98, 160 
Williams, Aretha 89 
Williams, David L. 98, 108, 160, 163 
Williams, Eric T. 108 
Williams, Elizabeth 89 
Williams, Jo 98, 150 
Williams, Kathy M. 98, 1 34, 1 51 
Williams, Kenneth M. 162 
Williams, Kimberly A. 35, 1 37, 1 51 

ns, Larry D. 89 

ns, Ladonna M. 98 

ns, Linda J. 133, 148 
Williams, Michael B. 35, 108 
Williams, Nancy J. 89 
Williams, Robert L. 9, 98 
Williams, Robin L. 98 
Williams, Ronald 89 
Williams, Rudolph L. 98 
Williams, Stephen 89, 1 53, 1 60 
Williams, Susan A. 108 
Williams, Terri L. 98 
Williams, Terry L. 98 
Williams, Vicki A. 1 08, 1 35, 1 52 
Williams, Wendolyn K. 136 
Williams, Wendy K. 31 
Williams, William R. 108, 148 
Williamson, Gregory C. 89, 144 
Williamson, Scott A. 98 
Willis, Mark D. 108 
Willis, Richard Jr. 98 
Willis, Timothy L. 98 
Wills, David 98 
Wilson, AngelioE. 108 
Wilson, Daniel 108 
Wilson, David W. 98 
Wilson, Richard L. 138 



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Wilson, Rickey D. 98 
Wilson, Robert R. 98 
Winfield, Jeonefte A. 89 
Winship, Poul A 89, 151 
Wiseman, Kelly A. 98 
Withers, Evo 1 08 
Witt, Carol S. 98 
Wolf, Donna S. 148 
Wolfe, Dion P. 72, 98 
Wood, Candi L. 89 
Wood, Karen G. 89 
Wood, Karen L. 89 
Wood, Michael A. 89 
Wood, Gregg H. 108 
Woodbury, Elizabeth 98 
Woodfork, Alfred C 89 
Woodfork, Sandra L. 1 32 
Woodruff, Darrell 89 
Woody, Jean A. 139 
Woody, Susanne L 98 
Worley, Kathy J. 31, 110, 132 
Worpell, Scott E. 108, 142, 156 
Wray, Robert C 108, 148 
Wroy, Tracy J. 98 
Wrestling 70, 71 
Wright, David 62. 64, 1 08, 153 



Wright, Julie A. 108 
Wright, Karen R. 108 
Wright, Martho E. 108, 136, 137, 142, 

146 
Wyart, Mark E. 98 



Yarbrough, Issac L. 98 
Yarling, Joy A. 98 
Yarhng, Julie A. 89 
Yates, Mark A. 108 
Yearbook 58, 142 
York, laura A. 98 
York, Terry L. 108, 135, 149 
Young, Charles H. 89 
Young, Deborah A. 98, 161 
Young, Dennis G. 108 
Young, Darrell A. 89 
Young, Michael E. 98, 146 
Yowell, Gregory D. 108 



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acknowledgements 





Co-Editing the 1 977 Marhiscan were 
Pam Adams and Lisa Crawley with help 
from their adviser Jan Eberle. 

Thank yous go to: Academics Editor 
Marcia Ahlefield, Activities Co-editors 
Julie Passwater and Susan Parrott, Busi- 
ness Manager Brian Johnson, Faculty 
Editor Marcia Brown, Photo Editor Lynda 
Stucker, Senior Editor Martha Wright, 
Junior Editor Marie Church, Sophomore 
Editor Debbie Farley, Freshman Editor 
Brenda Walls, Sports Editor Derek Paff, 
Assistant Sports Editor Brian Fanning 
and Mark Sausser. 

Thank yous also go to: Peggy Bates, 
Kathy Brunstrup, Mary Crouch, Tammy 
Jent, Tony Mangine, Kathy Martin, Deb- 
bie Matheson, Debra Meyer, Missy 
Miller, Marquerite Montogomery, Scott 
Worpell and Doneva Wheeler. 

Special thanks for working such long 
hours on the '77 Marhiscan go to: Mar- 
cia Ahlefield, Brian Fanning, Julie Pass- 
water, Lynda Stucker, Brenda Walls and 
our adviser Jan Eberle for being so 
patient. 

For helping out the photographers 
Mike Slabaugh, Dave Russell, Duane 
Farris, Larry Stucker and Tower Studio 
deserve a big thanks! 



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